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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



DEDICATION 2 

THEME 3 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 4 

CHANCELLOR 5 

CHANCELLOR'S CABINET 8 

CANDIDS 14 

HOMECOMING 17 

STUDENT LIFE 33 

CLASSES 49 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 97 

ORGANIZATIONS 108 

HONOR SOCIETIES 129 

ACADEMICS 145 

FRATERNITIES/SORORITIES & SERVICE 

FRATERNITIES 161 

AIR FORCE ROTC 172 

CHEERLEADERS 174 

PRE-SCHOOL LABORATORY 176 

SPORTS 182 

ADMINISTRATION 200 

FACULTY/STAFF 203 

YEARBOOK STAFF 216 

ALMA MATER 220 




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' of his visits to meet Miss Student Center. 



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Dedicated To Dr. Rudolph Jones 



Dr. Rudolph Jones, a native of 
Winton, North CaroHna, received his 
public school education at the C.S. 
Brown High School, where he graduated 
with honor. He attended Shaw 
University in Raleigh, N.C. and 
graduated in 1930 as class valedictorian. 
He earned the Masters and Ph.D 
degrees in economics at The Catholic 
University of America in Washington, 
D.C. 

Most of his working years were spent 
in education. He served as a high school 
teacher, a high school principal, a 
college teacher, a college dean and a 
college president. He also held positions 
in state government and in the federal 
government. 

In 1956, Dr. Jones became the 
President of Fayetteville State 
University, and he almost became a 
legend because of his biennial 
appearances before the State Advisory 
Budget Commission and the Joint 
Committee on Appropriations of the 
State Legislature. He also succeeded in 
securing appropriations to erect two 
new dormitories, a new library, a fine 
arts building, a science building and a 
gymnasium for women, which included 
a swimming pool, modern dance studio, 
classrooms and offices for instructors. 
When he retired as President of 
Fayetteville State University, a new 
administration building and a proposal 
for construction of the Student Center 
was in its final stages. The Student 
Center was named in his honor. 

After resigning from the presidency 
in 1969, Dr. Jones accepted a position as 
J Professor of Economics and Business 
at Elizabeth City State University. In 
January 1973, he was designated as 



chairman of the Department of 
Business. 

Dr. Jones has served on many 
important committees and commissions. 
He has held a number of offices in 
various professional organizations 
including the presidency of the North 
Carolina Teachers Association. 

At present, he holds membership in 
many professional organizations and 
learned societies. Among these are life 
membership in the National Education 
Association. He is 33rd Degree Mason, 
A Shriner and a member of Alpha Phi 
Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 

A recipient of many awards and 
honors, he is listed in Who's Who in 
America and Who's Who in American 
Education. While in graduate school, he 
was elected to Pi Gamma Mu, the 
National Social Science Honor Society. 
Because of his outstanding achievements 
after graduation, Shaw University 
conferred on him the Honorary Degree 
of Doctor of Law in 1969. In 1973, the 
students at Elizabeth City State 
University voted him the Teacher of the 
Year. 

A Lecture Series in the Fayetteville 
State University Department of Business 
and Economics has been named in 
Honor of Dr. Jones. At present, he 
devoted much time and energy to the 
Dean J.C. Jones Memorial Scholarship 
Fund, of which he is Chairman of the 
Board of Directors. He also works with 
the Agricultural Extension Advisory 
Council. In addition to this he serves as 
treasurer of the C.R. Edwards Campaign 
Fund, and as a Ruling Elder in the 
College Heights Presbyterian Church. 

Dr. Jones is a traveler. After traveling 
throughout the United States and 




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Dr and Mrs. Jones poses for the photographer during c 

of their visits to the Rudolph Jones Student Center. 

Canada, he also visited Europe, Mexico, 
South America and the Orient. He 
climaxed his travels in 1980 with an 
eight week trip around the world. Some 
of the countries visited were China, 
Egypt, India, Israel, Singapore and 
Turkey. He is married to Mrs. Mildred 
Jones. Now retired, she taught English 
and Library Science at both Fayetteville 
State and Elizabeth City State 
Universities. They observed their 59th 
wedding anniversary February 16, 1985. 
They have one son, Rudolph B. Jones, a 
Chemistry Professor at Essex County 
College in Newark, New Jersey. 



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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 

AT FSU 



THE CHOICE 



The goals, the manifestations, the ultimate and realmless 
choice is but the success of ourselves as students and the 
way that we prepare ourselves to meet the challenges of 
society as we leave Fayetteville State University to further 
our careers and endeavors in this forever changing world. 

We have chosen the road and path of excellence as our 
by laws, our code and our theme to grow by. 



Academic Excellence is our choice. It represents what 
Fayetteville State stands for, what it permeates, it reflects a 
true degree of measure that has superb quality engrossed in 
the institution, since the beginning of its existence. 

A superior casting, of which Fayetteville State University 
has highest esteem. Yet unyielding patience and great care. 
The most dynamic, qualified and understanding instructors 
that can be found anywhere. They have made the choice a 
reality. Upon leaving this grand institution they make sure 
that academic excellence is what you have been molded 
into, the essence of our being. 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Mr. Charles W Fauley, Chairman Mr Calvin Welk, Vice Cha 



Dr, William T. 



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Ml AIIilJ Cleveland 



Mrs Emaretia Felton 



Mrs Ashton Fo 




Mrs Maxine H, OLelley 



Mr Joseph P Riddle, III 



Mr Aaron L Spaulding Mr Curtis Jefferson, SCA Preside 



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Ms Laurens C Bondshu, Secretary 



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Top Lett 

Dr. John E. Jacob, President and Chief Executive 
Officer National Urban League, New York, and Dr. 
Charles ' A ' Lyons. Jr., Chancellor, are enroute to 
Fayetteville State University's U7th Commencement 

Bottom Left 

Ms. Jessie Mae Owens, (center) mother of Fayetteville 
State University's Family-of-the-Year, was presented a 
plaque and flowers by Chancellor Charles "A " Lyons, 
Jr., Members of the university's second annual family 
of the year award are (left-right) Linda O, Vinson, 
Pernella Owens, Gilbert Owens, Ms. Jessie Owens, 
Chancellor Charles A. Lyons, Jr , Mary Owens and 
Leonard Owens. 
Bottom Right 

Dr. Charles A' Lyons, Jr., Chancellor and Dr. 
Rudolph Jones, President Emeritus, socialize during the 
].C. Jones Scholarship Fund Banquet held in the H.L. 
Cook Dining Hall. 








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Chancellor Charles " K 

Lyons, Jr. 

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Family 




Staled; Mrs. Rosa D, Lyons and (Standing) Dr. Charles -A" Lyons, Jr 



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Chancellor's Message 



"When we raise our sights, strive for excellence, and dedicate ourselves to the highest goals of our society, we are 
enrolling in an ancient and meaningful cause, the age long struggle of man to realize the best that is in him." 

John Gardner 

This quotation embodies the spirit of my message to the University Family. Antyhing less than a concerted effort on our 
part to uphold the high standards of integrity, dignity, and cohesiveness, upon which this great institution was founded 
and is now based, would be unworthy of us. 

To those of you who are graduating seniors, you have kept the faith and completed the rigorous tasks which were 
necessary to bring you to this plateau. We have done all we can to prepare you for life's new role. Whether you accept it or 
not, each member of this class is cast in the role of a leader and each of you will be expected to lead. 1 hope the foundation 
you have built here is firm and secure enough to support any life structure you might build for youself. 

Commencement Day for you may be likened unto the period of development in the life-cycle of a baby bird. When the 
parents feel that the baby bird is strong enough to fly, they push it out of the nest so it can try its new wings. As members 
of the Class of 1985, you will have this experience on Commencement Day. We believe you will fly. You may falter at first 
and you will probably have a few rough bumps before you are able to soar with the confidence and grace of an eagle, but 
this will come with constant effort and faith in your own ability, not only to achieve but to excel. 

Don't become complacent and self satisfied and think you have it made. Maintain a burning desire for achievement and 
service, not just for you, but for what it may mean for your Alma Mater and for your fellowman. As one person has said, "If 
a man's legs should be long enough to reach the ground, so too, should his ambition be long enough to reach the stars." So I 
say to you, "keep your feet on the ground, but let your ambition be boundless." 




Provost & Vice Chancellor For Academic Aff 



airs 




Dr. Valeria P. Fleming 



Acting Vice Chancellor For Institutional Development 




Dr. James E. Carson 




Acting Vice Chancellor For Student Development 




Mr. Harold L. Nixon 



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Vice Chancellor For Business Affairs 




Dr. John V. Parham 



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Senior Administrators 




Mr, William L. Clemenl, Personnel Ollk 



Mr. Richard Griffin, Director of Library Ser' 




Mr John D. Marshall, Director of Athletics 



Dr. Sydney Reid, Academic Dean (Main Campus) 



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Senior Adrainistrator 




Dr. John Wolfe, Assistant Academic Dean And Academic Dean (Fort I 
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membership in the Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society as two other members look on. 



Alumni Day Convocation — 1984 




Alumni Association Awards L-R Ms. Ruth Hassell, Ms Dozella Bullock, Ms, Gloria Moore and Dr. Charles "A" Lyo 



THE SUMMER SCHOOL — "YOUR WAY TO THE TOP" 



GRADUATE PROGRAMS 

Leading to 

Masters of Business Administration 

Masters of Arts in Education 

Reading Education Certificate 

Principal's Certificate 

Supervisors Certificate 

Special Education Certificate 

Level G Certification 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS 

Leading to 

Bachelors of Arts — 33 DEGREES 

Bachelors of Science 

Arts and Sciences 

Medical Technology 

Pre-Dentistry 

Pre-Law Pre-Engineering 

Teacher Certification 

Air Force Officers Training 





ENROLL AND ATTEND 

THE WEEKEND AND EVENING PROGRAM 

THE FIRST (DAY) SESSION 

THE SECOND (DAY) SESSION 
THE INTENSIVE STUDIES PROGRAM 

THE SHORT SESSION 
THE CENTER for the ENRICHMENT 

of EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
EARLY ADMISSIONS PROGRAM 

SPECIAL SERVICES 

UPWARD BOUND 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS 
INTERNSHIPS — PRACTICA 



ACADEMIC COURSES 



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THE CENTER FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION 
DR. MARYE JEFFRIES, DIRECTOR 



,es — Seminars — Workshops Youth at the I 
Junior High, High School: Camps, Worksho 



Anthropology: Art: Astronomy: Biology: Business Administration: Business 
Education: Chemistry: Communication Studies: Computer Science: 
Dramatic Art: Economics: Education: English: French: Geography: Geology: 
General Studies: Health: History: Kinesiology: Literature: Management: 
Mathematics: Medical Technology: Military Science: Music: Philosophy: 
Physical Education: Physics: Political Science: Psychology: Recreation: 
Sociology: Social Work: Spanish: Special Education: Zoology 



During the Fall Convocation 
Dr. Charles "A" Lyons Jr. ad- 
dressed students, faculty and 
staff. He informed them that the 
university has made a signifi- 
cant development in the upgrad- 
ing of the university's academic 
standards and challenged them 
to seek unity among the admin- 
istration. In conclusion he re- 
minded his audience that al- 
though the university will con- 
tinue in its effort to serve the 
people of the community, the 
growth and development that 
the university is seeking is not 
possible if we do not work to- 
gether as a family. 





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October 3, 1984 was truly a "Night to Remember". 

Marcia Yarboro, Miss Fayetteville State University and other queens 
of the university were honored at the Pre-Coronation dinner in the 
Muhi-Purpose Room of the Rudolph Jones Student Center. 




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Gracefully she walked down 
the Royal Carpet for Queens. 
Surely it was a "Night to Re- 
member" for Marcia Yarboro, 
the newly crowned Miss Fay- 
etteville State University. As she 
took her seat on the beautifully 
decorated throne, Chancellor 
Charles "A" Lyons, Jr. showed 
his pleasure by placing a kiss on 
the cheek of the lovely Miss 
FSU. 



Miss Rudolph Jones Student 
Center, Wanda Smith; Student 
Government Association Busi- 
ness Manager, Anthony Alex- 
ander; Student Government As- 
sociation Vice President, Bryan 
Gooding; Former Miss Fayette- 
ville State University, Wrenn 
Crowe and Chancellor Charles 
"A" Lyons Jr., take time to pose 
for pictures during the Corona- 
tion festivities. Curtis Jefferson 
and Marcia Yarboro (right) pose 
to the cheers and yells of the au- 
dience. 




Parade of lovely queens, bands, marching to 
the beat. Dignitaries and community 
participation made the 1984-85 Homecoming 
Parade A Day To Remember. 




Joni Cue 
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Angela Collins 
Miss Phi Beta Lambda 



Arlene Crawford 
Miss Senior 



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On October 4, 1984 at 8:00 p.m. in the 
Seabrook Auditorium everyone had a smile, 
but the most beautiful smile was that of Miss 
Fayetteville State University, the lovely Marcia 
Yarboro. 

(Above left) Miss FSU, Marcia Yarboro and 

Chancellor Charles "A" Lyons, Jr. 

(Top Right) Miss Marcia Yarboro and her 

fiance' Mr, William Coleman. 

(Bottom right) Miss FSU, 1983 Wrenn Crowe 

congratulates Marcia Yarboro. 




(Top Left) Wanda Smith, Miss Rudolph Jones Student Center 
congratulates Marcia Yarboro, Miss Fayetteville State University. 
(Middle Right) Curtis Jefferson, Student Government Association 
President shows Miss FSU that she is a special queen as Miss 
Fayetteville State University 1983-84 looks on. 





Felicia Pratt 
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Beverly Simmons 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 



Brenda Smith Wanda Smith 

Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma Miss Rudolph Jones Student Center 




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Miss Zeta Phi Beta 



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Miss Fellowship of Christian Students 



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Miss Sophomore 




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"Is it a Good Gosh your mighty 
mighty Or Is it the Helios and 
the beautiful smiles . . , Or is it 
taking a stroll down Murchison 
Road . . . No, it's the Homecoming 
Parade and all the beautiful people 
in it doing their thing. 



The stares, the anxious wait, the excitement, 
the tackUng and running paid ofl"' in the end 
when Fayetteville State University's Bucking 
Broncos defeated Bowie State for a Homecom- 
ing score of 27-13. 








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(Top Left) 

Dr Wilma Henry, Adviser to Miss FayetteviUe State University; Curtis 
Jefferson, Student Government Association President; Marcia Yarboro, 
M,ss Fayettev.lle State University; Dr, Charles -A- Lyons, Jr., Chancellor 
and Mr, Charles Stevens, First Vice President National Alumni Association 
pay tribute while the Bronco Band play the Alma Mater, 



(Middle Left) 

The Bronco Band played and moved to the sounds of; She was only Seventeen, 

You, Me, and He; State of Shock; When Doves Cry; Let's get it On, 

(Top Right) 

Marcia Yarboro received flowers and a kiss from Dr, Charles "A Lyons Jr,, 

Chancellor, while Curtis Jefferson, Student Government Association President 

looks on- 




"Was it a show, or was it a show . . It 
most certainly was a show. Like Miss 
Fayetteville State University's theme "A 
Night to Remember: was exactly what 
Starpoint put in the minds of the people 
in the Seabrook Auditorium, Saturday 
Night October 6, 1984. 



Student 
Life 



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Middle left: Michael Lunsford and Anthony 
Baynard sit in front of the Student Center and 
rate the young ladies passing on a scale of 1 — 
10. Middle right: Shelia Holmes lakes time out 
from her busy schedule to pose for the 
photographer. 

Bottom left: Darvin Greene is a member of the 
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and he is very active 
in other campus organizations. 




The Spirit 

Of 
Halloween 




Top left: William Green terrified students during 

the Halloween Party sponsored by the Student 

Center. 

Top right: Deatrice Patterson disguised as 

Cleopatra and Curtis Jefferson turn the ladies on 

with his Rudolph Valentino disguise. 

Bottom right Vince Morris disguised as a boxer 

as two students in the background look on. 





Thanksgiving 
Party 



The students at Fayetteville State University 
were given a Thanksgiving Party courtesy of 
Rudolph Jones Student Center Staff. 



Top Left: Mr. Harold Nixon, Acting Vice Chancellor for 

Student Development talk with Gregory Moore during 

the thanksgiving party. 

Middle left: Tony Sellars, Levette Wilkes, and Melvin 

Foye relax to the music from the juke box and holiday 

treats. 

Middle right: Sharon McDowell, Tyrone Kelley, Sandra 

Sytes, Kenneth McRae, Shelia Johnson and Shelia Brooks 

wishes everyone a happy thanksgiving. 

Bottom left: Marvin Hardy and his angels, Elana Johnson, 

Eartha Johnson, Rynae Aikens pause for a photograph. 




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Christinas Party 



What a ball, What Fun — 
Christmas has truly come, for the 
students at Fayetteville State 
University. On December 11, 1984, 
they celebrated the annual 
Christmas Party sponsored by the 
Student Center Staff. For most the 
fun has just begun. This 
celebration just starts the trip 
toward home. 



goodies served during the Christmas Party. 
Middle left: Belinda Taylor and lisa Alston 
are dedicated student 
Student Center, who helped serve 

during the party. 
Middle right Harris Hall Crew — L-R 
Althea McClure, Shelia Brooks, Sandra 
McNeill, Wanda McNeill, Blonde Kells, 
Shelia Johnson, Sandra Franklin and AIk 
Doyle enjoy tried chicken, potato salad, 

dy, fruits and other tn 
served at the party 

Bottom left: John Melvin says "Ummh thi- 
chicken is finger licking , 
Bottom right: Beverly Simmons, Sandr, 
Pitts and Gloria Townsend take a brea 

ty treats to pose for the 
photographer. 





Top left: Eric Henry always look like a model in 
the Ebony Magazine. 

Middle right: Sylvester Robinson and Michael 
Randall, Students at FayetteviUe State University, 
have joined the Army ROTC Program at 
Methodist College. They are displaying their 
army uniforms and this is a rare sight on our 
campus because we have the Air Force ROTC 
program. 

Middle left: Annette Hilliard, Robin Campbell 
and Pamela Privette stop to pose for the 
photographer while enjoying the sights on a 
lovely fall day. 



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Top left: Jenny Ross is enroute to the dinine 
hall for dii 

Top right: Patrina Sawyer and Clarence Hicks 
startled to see the photographer snap their 
picture. 

Middle left: Paula James, Gail Farrior and Mary 
Graham are on their way to the campus dinine 
hall. 

Middle right: Warren Turner is a member of 
our bronco football team, holds the position of 
defensive back and hails from Charlotte, North 
Carolina. 




As the complexities of our society 
escalate, it is clear that the priority 
task facing the students are the prep- 
aration to meet the challenge present- 
ed by going to school and financing 
their education. Many students are 
employed parttime to meet the needs 
of preparing for school and providing 
income to stay in school. 

In many roles, students learn the art 
and science of relating to the public, 
the essential elements of exploration, 
experimentation and openess to chal- 
lenge. These elements are important 
in the professional preparation of stu- 
dents who take the challenge of part- 
time employment. This too, is part of 
the educational process. 

Seeking the added income to fi- 
nance their education are: Top left — 
Mary Tomoney works as an office as- 
sistant in the Student Center; Middle 
right; Gary Brinkley, salesperson at 
Hofheimers, Cross Creek Mall; Bot- 
tom left: Sheryl Hart, salesperson at 
Belk, Cross Creek Mall; Top Right: 
Marilyn Dunn, salesperson at Belk, 
Cross Creek Mall; Bottom left: Tony 
Sellars, salesperson at Hofheimers, 
Cross Creek Mall; and Bottom right: 
Frances Wesley, salesperson at Belk, 
Cross Creek Mall. 




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Top Right: Julia Bentlcy, Patricia Nichols 
and Theresa Highsmith relax in New 
Residence after their classes are over. Middle 
left: Sherri Spencer check her clothes in the 
dryer. Middle right: It is Vickie Fuller's night 
to wash dishes. 




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Top left Gregory Gunn and Jerry Monroe cooling out on a lovely fall 

day^ 

Bottom left: Steve Armstrong and Rayford Moore make plans after 

graduation in May for graduate school. 

Middle right: Cassandra Cloud will catch the eye of several young men 

on campus as she models her lovely outfit 




Audrey Robinson. Cynthia Johnson and Karen Johnson pose for the photographer after their classes. They pl.in t 
check out the video games 





Top Left: Wendy Camphell, Charles Culbertson, Patrick Imes, Kim Fai 

lyames, Kim Farmer, Tracy Mosley and Tonya Brown enjoy their mea 

hall 

Middle Left: Byran Gooding. Anthony Alexander, and Curtis Jefferson 

government officials, discuss business with Darryl Shepard during din 

Middle right: Renee Williams, Renee Clark and Warren Poindexter fea 

chicken dinner 

Bottom right: James McCallop and Jerome Morgan ate the whole thir 



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in the dining 




Senior 
Class 
Officers 



Irving (Irv) Veazie, Adv 



Pam Jones, Secretary 



Tanya Watson, Parlimentarian &: Assistant Sec- 
retary 



Seniors 




Anthony Alexander — Business Admin- 
istration, Bridgeport, CT; Petronia An- 
derson — Chen:\istry, Dover DE; Steven 
Armstrong — Business Administration, 
Richmond, VA. 



Arlecia Autry — Early Childhood Educa- 
tion, Elizabethtown, NC; Deborah Ayala 
— Office Administration, Fayetteville, 
NC; Jacquelyn Bacote — Psychology, 
Hartsville, SC 



How Would You Describe Your Four 
Years At FSU? 



I am affectionate, alluring, enthu- 
siastic, complaisant, honest, devoted, 
bliss, optimistic, argumentive, ambi- 
tious, entertaining, independent, 
cognitive, sporty, sprinky, innova- 
tive, logical, adventurous, confident, 
assertive, respectful, majestic, abso- 



lute, talkative, daring, poetic, daz- 
zling, musical, demanding, liberal, 
intricate, democratic, harmonious, 
sincere, genuine, sumptuous, stub- 
born, elite, unpredictable, harmoni- 
ous, precocious, intriguing, authen- 
tic, down to earth, in love, and loved. 




Arleen Crawford 




Benjamin Bailey — Mathematics, Fay- 
etteville, NC; Kenneth Bailey — 
Physical Education, Winston Salem, 
NC; Randall Baker — Political Sci- 
ence, Fayetteville, NC 



Sherman Baker — Economics, Fay- 
etteville, NC; Timothy Baker — Busi- 
ness Administration, Hope Mills, NC; 
Jeffery Ballenger — Physical Educa- 
tion, Greer, SC 



James Barnhart — Intermediate Edu- 
cation, Birmingham, AL; Noelia Bar- 
rera — Business Administration, San 
Antonio, TX; Steve Bates — Social 
Studies Education, Fayetteville, NC 



Eunice Bennett — Intermediate Edu- 
cation, Clinton, NC; Michael Best — 
Business Administration, New Bern, 
NC; Venita Best — Medical Technol- 
ogy, Whiteville, NC 



Beverly Bethune, Early Childhood 
Education, Fayetteville, NC; Marilyn 
Blackmon — Business Education, 
Lumberton, NC; Marshal! Blackshear 
— Business Administration, Pontiac, 
MI 



Manargo Boykin — Business Adminis- 
tration, Mt. Olive, NC; Julius Brackeen, 
A- — Political Science, Fayetteville, NC; 
Jeanne Broers — English, Carroll, NC 



Claudell Brown — Business Administra- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC; Lisa Brown — So- 
ciology, Winston Salem, NC; Vanessa 
Brown —Speech & Drama, East Orange 
NJ ® ' 



Anna Buie — Early Childhood Educa- 
tion, Clarkton, NC; James Bullard, Jr. — 
Business Administration, West Palm 
Beach, FL; James Butler — Physical Edu- 
cation, Jersey City, NJ 



George Cade — Business Administra- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC; Quincy Cannon 
— Political Science, Murfreesboro, NC; 
Carol Caple — Office Administration, 
Wadesboro, NC 




What's Your Opinion On Capital 
Punishment? 



I think that if Capital Punishment 
is to be enforced as law then it 
should be voted on by the people of 
the United States as a whole, not im- 
plemented state by state. When the 
moral aspects are vanished Capital 
Punishment can be an effective de- 
terrent to the increasing population 
of homicidal maniacs that are plagu- 
ing our society. I feel that Capital 
Punishment should be mandatory 
for anyone guilty of intentionally 
murdering more than one person. 



As it stands now most mass mur- 
derers are considered insane and are 
put into mental institutions to be re- 
searched and rehabilitated, a mere 
slap on the wrist in comparison to 
the horrors of their crimes. In es- 
sence whether or not Capital Pun- 
ishment is to become an enforced 
law should be decided by the people. 




Stanley Singleton 




Dora Carter — Political Science, Clin- 
ton, NC; Vivian Clark — Mathemat- 
ics, Fayetteville, NC; Fred Cook III — 
English, Fayetteville, NC 



Clenwood Cooper — Business Ad- 
ministration, Clinton, NC; Arleen 
Crawford — Music Education, Tho- 
masville, GA; Joni Gaines Cue — Ear- 
ly Childhood Education, Spring Lake, 
NC 



Lisa Curry — Business Administra- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC; Willie Curtis — 
Sociology, Pittsburgh, PA; Ariel Dan- 
iels — Biology, Tabor City, NC 



Rosa Davis — Political Science, Beau- 
laville, NC; Gloria Dawson — Inter- 
mediate Education, Fayetteville, NC; 
Jane Ebron — Intermediate Educa- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC 



Gail Farrior — Business Administra- 
tion, Kenansville, NC; Juliet Fon- 
buena — Business Administration, 
Cebu City, Philippines 



Dorinda Ford — Early Childhood Educa- 
tion, Concord, NC; Shirley Ford — Busi- 
ness Administration, Murfreesboro, NC; 
Manie Fraihi — Business Administra- 
tion, Saudi, Arabia 



Grace Frye — Physical Education, Luray, 
VA; Margaret Ceddie — Early Child- 
hood Education, Fayetteville, NC; Na- 
dine Codette — Business Administra- 
tion, Havelock, NC 



Bryan Gooding — Biology, Kinston, NC; 
Mary Gould — Mathematics, St. Peters- 
burg, FL; John Guions — Business Ad- 
ministration, Elizabethtown, NC 



Karen Hanks — Economics, Baltimore, 
MD; Dianne Hannmond — Business Ad- 
ministration, Wadesboro, NC; Jennifer 
Hargrove — Sociology, Clinton, NC 




What Obstacles Have You Encountered 
During Your Four Years At F.S.U. 

I can not say that I have encoun- The professors made learning in- 

tered many obstacles at Fayetteville teresting, and I think this made my 

State University. The only problems studies easier. 

I have encountered are my own fault. The students at this institution 

As a returning student, I had a and the attitudes of everyone have 

hard time adjusting to a steady made this an interesting four years 

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Wanda Harley — Business Administra- 
tion, Lumberton, NC; James Harris — 
Political Science, Clinton, NC; Theresa 
Highsmith — Business Administration 
Wallace, NC 



Alonzo Howard — Business Administra- 
tion, Roseboro, NC; Kathy Howell — 
Early Childhood Education, Fayetteville, 
NC; Delphine Hudson — Business Ad- 
ministration, Mayesville, SC 



Earlene Hughey — Physical Education, 
Brooklyn, NY; Judy Ikard — Psycholo- 
gy, Hickory, NC; Curtis /acois — Politi- 
cal Science, Maxton, NC 



Curtis Jefferson — Business Adminis- 
tration, Jacksonville, FL; Gloria Jenkins 
— Speech & Theatre, Sanford, FL; Janine 
Johnson — Early Childhood Education, 
Spring Lake, NC 



As A Graduating Senior, What Advise 
Would You Leave The Underclassmen? 



Underclassmen, striving to suc- 
ceed in life isn't going to happen 
without the ABILITY and the THE- 
ORY to do so. The reason behind 
this statement is that ability -I- the- 
ory = success. Try not to fall into the 
category that many others have done 
and that is "Flunking Out". Believe 
me! If I had the chance to attend 
college all over again, I would make 
the necessary effective and efficient 
corrections to enhance my chances 
of succeeding. 



Richard Williams 



Once you develop the best possi- 
ble THEORY here at Fayetteville 
State University your ABILITY to 
succeed will come from your place of 
employment. Keep in mind my fel- 
low Broncos that you should not 
stop attaining your theory after you 
have graduated. Continue to learn 
more through higher levels of educa- 
tion. In conclusion, do your very 
best to succeed by attaining effective 
grades (A's or B's) and efficient 
grades (thos grades attained 
through knowledge and not those at- 
tained through instructors giving 
them to you). 



Rena Johnson — Intermediate Educa- 
tion, Garland, NC; Sharon Johnson — 
Sociology, Fayetteville, NC; Teresa John- 
son — Music Education, Boston, GA 



Cai! Jones — Sociology, Fayetteville, 
NC; Genevieve Jones — Mathematics, 
Columbus, GA; Terry Jones — Social 
Studies Education, Jacksonville, FL 



Tyrone Kelly — Business Administra- 
tion, Columbia, SC; Stephen Kntumba, 
Business Education; Kanipala, Africa; 
Patricia LeBeau — Psychology, Fayette- 
ville, NC 



Cretta Lennon —Office Administration, 
Evergreen, NC; LeRonee Lewis — Psy- 
chology, Snowhill, NC; Katherine Mara- 
ble — Early Childhood Education, Fay- 
etteville, NC 




What Is Your Philosophy In Life? 



A Stoic attempt to be master of his 
emotions, an Epicurean seeks happi- 
ness through pleasure, a Rationalist 
seeks to gain knowledge through 
reason, while a Christian strives for 
salvation by way of the teachings 
and grace of God. As for me, my 
philosophy in life is but a large sec- 
tor of all of these. That I might in 
some way make others happy as life 
is for me. To aspire to achieve things 
that I didn't think possible, knowl- 
edge that I felt at times were out of 
reach. To live my life one day at a 
time, yet plan for tomorrow and to 
believe that there is a tomorrow. 



To be myself and not what others 
expect me to be, to treat others with 
the same respect that I would expect. 
If I can influence but one being to 
strive for a small part of the vast 
knowledge of this world. To know in 
earnest how very important these 
things really are, and to keep in 
mind the trials and hardships, but 
only to use as an asset rather than a 
liability, to make a better person of 
themselves so that they might blos- 
som into the full rounded beings 
that this world can make them. Be 
careful, this same world can also 
BREAK YOU! 




Vivian Clark 




Daryl Mason — Physical Education, 
Ft. Myers, FL; Eleanor McKoy — 
Business Administration, Elizabeth- 
town, NC; Robert McKemie — Busi- 
ness Education, Fayetteville, NC 



John McLaughlin — Psychology, Red 
Springs, NC; Marian McLaurin — 
Music Education, Fayetteville, NC; 
Michelle McLaurin — Early Child- 
hood Education, Elizabethtown, NC 



Dorothy McNair — Business Admin- 
istration, Fairmont, NC; Maxine 
McNeill — Office Administration, 
Fayetteville, NC; Robbie McNeill — 
Speech & Theatre, Spring Lake, NC 



Ken McRae — Business Administra- 
tion, Richmond, VA; Alicia Meadows 
— Business Administration, Hender- 
son, NC; Cindy Medley — Speech & 
Theatre, Erwin, NC 



Debbie Meeks — Business Adminis- 
tration, Tarboro, NC; Ruth Merritt — 
Political Science, Magnolia, NC; Jacob 
Mickle — Business Administration, 
Camden, SC 



Ginger Miles — English Education, 
Raleigh, NC; Teresa Mittower — Mu- 
sic Education, Fayetteville, NC; Greg- 
ory Moore — Speech & Theatre, Bes- 
semer, AL 



Marvin Moore — Economics, Hope 
Mills, NC; Willie Mae Moore — 
Business Administration, Aurora, 
NC; Michael Mozingo — English 
Education, Faison, NC 



Roza Murchison — Mathematics, 
Fayetteville, NC; Abigail Murphy — 
Business Administration, Magnolia 
NC; John Newkirk — English Educa- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC 



Deatrice Patterson — Business Ad- 
ministration, Palm Beach, FL; Bernai- 
dene Peterson — Business Adminis- 
tration, Clinton, NC; Retha Pittman 
— Early Childhood Education, Wil- 
mington, NC 



Veronica Ransaw — Early Childhood 
Education, Lillington, NC; DeEttra 
Reeves — Business Administration, 
Independence, KS; Dallas Riddle — 
Business Administration, Cincinnati 
OH 





Jean Rohman — Elementary Education, 
Robersonville, NC; Barbara Shaw — 
Business Administration, Mount Ver- 
non, NY; Debra Singletary — Compre- 
hensive Business Education, Lumberton, 
NC 



Stanley Singleton, English, Huger, SC; 
Beverly Smith — Intermediate Educa- 
tion, Gaston, SC; Darryl Smith — Busi- 
ness Administration, Brooklyn NY 



Deborah Smith — Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, Wilmington, NC; Emma Smith 
— Business Administration, Elmore, AL; 
Wanda Smith — Early Childhood Educa- 
tion, Fayetteville, NC 



Patricia Starling-Chain — Business Ad- 
ministration, Fayetteville, NC; Darrell 
Stewart — Business Administration, 
High Point, NC; Patricia Stocks — Read- 
ing Education, Lumberton, NC 



What Are Your Plans After Graduatior\? 



It will be the 14th of May nineteen 
eighty five 

The morning of a glorious day will 
have finally arrived, and after nu- 
merous years of academic prepara- 
tion 

I will be awarded a certificate of 
graduation, at a grand ceremony 
conferring my degree making me 
worthy of special opportunities. 

Thereafter I'll return to my native 
land, with incentive 



and hope for my future plans — to 
study acting (for it will be my career 
in life) and in the mean while I'll 
work from nine to five 

I'll work out a routine to manage my 

time 

I'll exercise my body and train my 

mind, 

I'll function and perform always at 

my best and in my search for inner 

power 

I'll find my true essence and I'll 

know God. 



Rosemary Toval 



Wanda Sutton ~ Political Science, 
Goldsboro, NC; Alexander Thomas, Jr. 
— Music Education, Winchester, VA; 
Rosemary Toval — English, Lone Island 
NY 



Anthony Troublefield — Psychology, 
Faison, NC; Levert Ty/er — English, Fay- 
etteville, NC; Chigbo Umerah — Busi- 
ness Administration, Nigeria, Africa 



Alexis Wade — Business Administra- 
tion, Boston, MA; Carrie Walker — 
Business Administration, Fayetteville, 
NC; Charles PVa/ier — Business Admin- 
istration, Fayetteville, NC 



Jerline Walker — Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, Fayetteville, NC; Jessie Wall — 
English, Raeford, NC; Paul Walters — 
Business Administration, Fayetteville 
NC 



Can You Describe Yourself In Fifty 
Words? 



/am the descendant of African 

kings — a 
Afoble representation of "energy" 

personified . . . 

ft"" all ... I am the 
Anmovable object against the 
ftrces of oppression and 

depression! I am 
Truth — a 
Vouthful incantation of LIFE 




Wealth and riches 
Oiented (I am) 
/?ationally 
ZItetermined to 

Strive for educational excellence for 
all ... 




Jacqueline Ware — Early Childhood 
Education, Fayetteville, NC; Debra Wat- 
son — Psychology, Windsor, NC; Tanya 
Watson — Music Education, Camden, 
NJ 



Claratha West — Business Administra- 
tion, Jacksonville, NC; Kimberly White 
— Business Administration, Fayetteville, 
NC; Athalie Williams — Business Ad- 
ministration, Fayetteville, NC 



Marvin Williams — Business Education, 
Weldon, NC; Myron Williams — Busi- 
ness Administration, Newport News, 
VA; Richard Williams — Business Ad- 
ministration, Rocky Mount, NC 



Roscoe Williams — Political Science, 
Hope Mills, NC; Christopher William- 
son — Political Science, Maxton, NC; 
Patricia Willis — Business Administra- 
tion, Raeford, NC 




How Would You Describe Your Four 
Years At F.S.U.? 



I would like to implement the fact 
that it has been a learning experience 
that will follow me throughout my 
entire life. 

As a member of the cross-country 
team it was difficult to participate in 
other activities and be a role model 
toward my colleagues. 



I began to mature as the years pro- 
gressed and it became natural for me 
to handle situations as they ap- 
peared. 1 also began to feel good 
about myself and others. This 
change I feel will be beneficial in 
helping me to adjust to the complex 
society we live in today. 



Christopher Williamson 




What Have You Enjoyed Most About 
Your Stay At FSU? 



I have enjoyed being a member of 
the Fayetteville State University 
Marching Bronco Band. It is very re- 
laxing, challenging, stimulating, 
educational, adventurous, outgoing, 
motivating, creative and dynamic. 



The FSU Marching Band exper- 
ience will be beneficial to my career 
because when dealing with the pub- 
lic I will know the organizational 
skills that are necessary for a march- 
ing band. The marching band also 
promotes self-discipline to not only 
music majors, but majors of other 
fields. 

It is a honor and I am proud to be a 
member of the Fayetteville State 
University Marching Bronco Band. 



Celette Lusby 




Carolyn Wilson — Business Admin- 
istration, Fayetteville, NC; Dwayne 
Wise — Speech & Theater, New Or- 
leans, LA; Carolyn Worsley — Busi- 
ness Administration, Tarboro, NC 



Costella Worley — Early Childhood 
Education, Tarboro, NC; Anntoniette 
Wright — Business Administration, 
Jacksonville, NC; Marcia Yarboro — 
Business Administration, Fayetteville, 
NC 



Tanya Watson 




Stephanie Larkin 







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Junior Class Officers 




L-R 

Ms. Theola Swinson. Bettv Dunn, 

Sharon Loftin, Eugene Johnson, Jr., 

Teresa Lennon, Steven Owens 

Bottom Right 

L-R Eugene Johnson, Jr., President; 

Sharon Loftin, Treasurer: Betty Dunn, 

Miss Junior; Ms. Theola Swinson, 



Adviser; Teresa Le 



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President; Steven Owens, Secretary 



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Abdulbasit Al-shibi 
Charles Anderson, J 
Derek Anderson 
Gigi Andrews 
Debra Artiquez 



Faiez Athery 
Jackie Autry 
Erma Avery 
Mary Bailey 
Elba Baker 



Jeanette Baker 
Cynthia Barber 
Elizabeth Bauber 
Angela Batts 
Edward Benton 



Patricia Boney 
Freeman Bunch 
Ronald Burnette 
Teresa Burnette 



Cheryl Butler 
Melody Butts 
Kenneth Campbell 
Rodolfo Campbell 
Graddick Cannady 



Patricia Chavis 
Michael Christian 
Gloria Cogdell 
Susan Comer 
Shirley Cooper 



Edna Cummings 
Kimberly Currie 
James Curtis 
Carl Daniels 
James Daniels 



Antonio DeLaCern, 
Jared Dieffenhach 
Tammy Dixon 
Louise Driver 
Betty Dunn 



Robert Dynes 
Brenda Elliott 
Sandra Elliott 
Carolyn Ellis 
Deborah Fails 



Annetta Faulci 
Lanetta Fauico 
Ramon Figuer 
Wanda Forte 
Karia Fn 



Victoria Fuller 
Pamela Fulton 
Patricia Cause 
Sandra Greaves 
Bradley Criffin 



Karen Hanks 
Charles Harris 
Anthony Hedgepeth 
LaBeatnce Hemby 
Barbara Hinton 



Billy Hodges 
Linda Holden 
Bonita Holland 
Kriski Holloway 
Joseph Howard 



Dyan Huffin 
Judy Jkard 
Jasper James 
Paula James 
Kimberly Jeffri 







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Eugene Johns 
Linda Johnso 
Priscilla John 
Sharon Johns 
Samuel Jones 



William Jorda 
Charles King 



Ruth King 
David Krueoer 



Sabrina Leggett 
Roger Little 
Sharon Loftin 
Joyce Malone 
Mimi Mapp 



Sandra Maya 
Norma Malloy 
Michelle McAllister 
Pamela McDonald 
Tracey McGuire 



William Mcintosh 
Zina McKeithan 
Sandra McKenzie 
Robert McKemie 
Norman McKindra 



Etta McNeill 
Sandra McNeil 
Overa McRae 
Michele McWhite 
Vivian Mitchener 



Mitchell Mittower 
Alforaihi Mohammed 
David Moody 
Rayford Moore 
Richard Moore 



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Joseph Motte 
Ronald Mudd 
Karlene Murchiso 
Namti Musungu 
Shirley Neal 



Stephanie Nichols 
Lynette Ortiz 
Phaedra Parker 
James Pender 
Bernis Pennington 



Larry Peterson 
Eunice Pierce 
Patrice Pippins 
Margaret Phillips 
Warren Poindexter 



Fletcher Pollard 
Felicia Pratt 
Wilson Pringle 
Kimberly Pruczii 
Barbara Purvis 



Vernetta Ragin 
Michael Randall 
Otis Ransaw 
Veronica Ransan 
Kashia Redding 





Reels 


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?iddick 


Sylv, 


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Sylve 


ster Robinson 


Deni 


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Wand 


a Simmons 


Sherr 


Spencer 


Brian 


Stotler 


Welli 


ngton Sutton 


Claud 


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Marilyn Taylor 
Tyrone Taylor 
Benjamin Thomas 
Thomas Thompson 
Reg.na Tucker 



Joyce Vaughn 
Anna Santago-Vega 
Vickie Watson 
Mark Wellman 
Frances Wesley 



Cora Whitehead 
Robert Wicker 
Denise Williams 
James Williams 
Joyce Williams 



Phyllis Williams 
Ralph Williams 
Stella Williams 
Winifred Williams 
Michael Willis 



Terry Wingate 
Jeffery Womble 
Franklin Youngs 



Sophomores 



Raymond Ada 
Travis Adams 
Helayel Al-En,ezi 
Anita Allen 
Mamie Allen 



Heidi Alexander 
Deidre Alston 
Roderick Arbubakrr 
David Bailey 
Michelle Ballard 



Diane Barfield 
John Barlow 
Shadrach Barrow 
Ignatius Beard 
Valerie Blue 



Dwight Bonds 
Larry Boney 
Richard Bowdi 
Carmen Bowen 
Oliver Bradley 



Cara Brewington 
Kevin Brooker 
Anthony Broom 
David Brown 
Franklin Brown 




oica Brown 
an Bryant 
I Bryant 
le Bunce 
e Burge 




Beverly Bush 
Darryl Carter 
Constance Cha 
Mean Clark 
Renee Clark 



Veronica Cohill 
Sammy Cole 
Alvin Coley, Jr. 
Angela Collins 
Jacqueline Coope 



Constance Crawford 
Margaret Daniel 



Alfred Dokes 
Alice Doyle 
.. Cathy Doyle 

\ Anthony Duncan 

I Jeffrey Dunovant 



Rochelle Ergle 
Stephanie Eubank 
Curtis Faison 
William Fitzgerald 
John Floyd 



Terry Frantham 
Arnold Freeman 
Shinese Galloway 
Allison Geddie 



Cynthia GiUians 
Valerie Goodlett 
Mary Gould 
Cassandra Graha 
Horace Graham 









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Charlenna Jacobs 
Stanley Jackson 
Twindal James 
Mary Johnson 
Regina Johnson 



Thomasina John 



Patricia Jordo 



Dale Kellem 
Joanne Kelly 
Virgma Kelly 
Angelo King 
Kathy Kinlaw 



Shelia Kornegay 
June Lampkins 
Vanessa Langley 
Vanetta Langley 
Teresa Langston 



Rosetta Lawrence 
Nora Lee 
Teresa Lennon 
Virginia Leonard 
Sandra Madden 



Jimmie Marbury 
Shelia Martin 
Ronald Maynor 
Arline McArthur 
Ricky McCaskill 



Sophomore Class Officers 




L-R Andrew Sanford, Parliamentarian, Alice Doyle, Secretary; Kenneth Sims, President; 
Vice President 



everly Bush, Treasurer; Rodney Ba: 



Mr, Earl Bobo, Adv 



Jean McCormick 
Alton McCoy 

;f McCrearv 
Frankie McDonald 
Shirley McGougan 




Gloria Porter 
Demaris Powell 
Lenora Pride 
Pascal Priest 
Angela Purdie 



Margaret Raymes 
Dane Reid 
Pamela Reid 
Yvonette Rhodes 
PauU Robinson 



Jennifer Ross 
Russell Saunders 
Ronald Scurry 
Carol Shackelford 
Anthony Shepard 



Beverly 


Simmons 


Walita 


Simmons 


Tim Si 


ois 


Barbara 


Smilh 


Cherise 


Smith 



Harriet Smith 
Joyce Smith 
Rca Smith 
James Starling 
Eric Streeter 




Barbara Stevenson 
Diane Stewart 
Jacqueline Sutton 
Ruth Sutton 
Patricia Swisshelm 





Billy Taylor 
Willie Thomas 
Anthony Thompson 
Barry Thompson 
Sharlene Tinsley 
David Torrey 



Gloria Townsend 
Kenneth Townsen 
^ Margaret Tucker 
Lizette Turner 
John Tyler 
Terrence Walker 



Angelia Washington 
Shelton Watson 
Vikki Watson 
Dimple White 
Valerie White 
Renee Williams 



Terry L. Williams 
Terry M. Williams 



Sandra Wilson 
Karmala Worthington 



Winter 
Fashions 









The cold weather brings the winter fashions out. Karen John 
son models a lovely short coat. This style coat is very fashion 
able on campus this year. 



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Fresh 



men 




Mary Aaron 
Khalid Al-hitmi 
Alphenus Allen 
Cletis Allen 
Darlene Allen 
Felicia Allen 



Genise Allen 
Kennedy Allen 
Michael Allen 
Sheretta Alexande 
Gloria Alfred 
Lisa Alston 



Sylvia Anderson 
Wendell Anglin 
Tasha Anthony 
Carlos Aponte 
Devodie Arnett 
Eugene Arnett 



Andrea Arnette 
Teresa Arringtor 
Rachel Asbery 
Perry Ashford 
Alma Atkinson 
Carl Atkinson 



Elizabeth Aycock 
Cynthia Bacon 



Edith Barefoot 
Sherri Barker 
Rodney Barnes 
Sandra Barnes 



Arthur Barnhii 
Rebecca Bass 
Sandra Bass 
Jeffrey Batcher 



That hawk is really blowing and Shari Johnson 
is prepared for it. 



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Daryl Bazemore 

Anthony Baynard 

Christopher Belford 

Wynee Bell 

Deborah Belle 

Margaret Benjamin 



Demetria Berry 

Andre Best 

onathan Bethea 

Joseph Bishop 

Darrel Black 

Mary Bland 



Melana Blanks 

Annie Blount 

Charity Blue 

Melvin Blue 

Wendy Bookert 

Terence Booth 



Karmen Boone 

Theresa Bostick 

Carol Bowden 

Lawrence Bowers 

Stephanie Boykin 

James Bradley 



Orie Bradshaw 

Michael Brantley 

Lorain Brewer 

George Brewington 

Regina Bridgeford 

Mariano Briones 



Beverly Briscoe 
jwendolyn Brown 
Gladys Broadnax 

Robert Brown 
Sherilyn Brown 



Tonya Brown 

Tracey Brown 

Valinda Brown 

Donna Browning 

Melody Brothers 

Bregitte Bryant 





Kenneth Bryant 
Kimmy Bryant 
Tammy Bryant 
Netisha Bullock 
Sybil Bullock 
Burge 



Lawrence Burgess 
Tracy Burnett 
William Burnette 
Tawana Burrough 
oyce Butler 
Pauline Caesar 



Cammie Caldwell 
Clint Caldwell 
Eddie Caldwell 
Robin Campbell 
Cynthia Caple 
David Carey 



Clyde Carr 
Velda Carr 
Dora Carter 
Eugene Carter 
Simone Carter 
Thomas Cawley 



Cynthia Chadwick 
Rachon Chambers 
Regina Chance 
James Chapman 
Michael Chase 
Cynthia Chavis 



Mack Cherry 
Steven Chestnut 
Chong U Choi 
James Chrishon 
Anthony Christian 
Yong Ciopton 



Cassandra Cloud 
Gloria Cobb 
Juanita Cobb 
Lorn a Cockboun 
Adam Cogdell 
Warren Cole 





Delane Coleman 
Donald Coleman 

Alvin Coley, Sr. 
Eugene CoUett 

Kathryn Collins 
Cyrstal Coigland 



David Cooper 
Gary Cooper 
Cecilia Copeland 
Calvin Corley 
David Cotton 
Gwendolyn Cox 



Robert Cox 

Wilhelmenia Cratch 

Anthony Crawford 

Karen Credle 

Wanda Crosby 

William Crowley 



karen Crump 

Kathleen Crumper 

Sandra Grumpier 

Anne Culbreth 

Constance Culbreth 

Kenneth Culbreth 



lla Culbreth 

Darivs Gulp 

Chum Cunningham 

Ghantay Currie 

Oliver Currie 

Thyra Currie 



Charles Culbertson 

Dennis Dail 

Scott Damron 

Earl Davis 

Edward Davis 

Mary Davis 



Robyn Davis 

Vera Davis 

Demetress Day 

Felicia Dejesus 

Catherine Del Pardo 

Kevin Deloach 







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Mary DeLorenzo 
Martin Denning 



John Dowdy 
Brenda Dove 



Hung Duong 
Karen Durden 
Roberto Ech< 
Walter Edge 
Letania Edward- 
Andria Elliott 



Elsie Elliott 
Wytie Ellis 
Anthony Evans 
Karen Evans 
Michelle Evans 
Terrence Evans 



Priscilla Everett 
John Ervin 
Kevin Farmer 
Kim Framer 
Shelia Farrior 
Anthony Faulcon 



Jennifer Fields 
Phillip Finch 
Mark Fischer 
Maurice Fitchett 
Carolyn Flowers 
Melissa Flynn 



Shirley Fontaine 
Moses Ford 
Twinetta Ford 
Deanna Ford ham 
Torrance Foster 
Bonita Foy 



Melvin Foy 
Jacqueline Foye 
George Franklin 
Sandra Franklin 
Shelby Frazier 
Frederick Frindt 



Freshmen Class Officers 




L-R Robert Helms, Parli, 
Rickey Teachey, Treasurer, Mary 
Tomoney, Secretary: Robert Bn 
.ident; Reggie Gr, 
.idem 



Dr. Robert L, Lemons, Adv 



GaberiUa FuUard 
Wilma Frye 
Vincent Fuller 
Linwood Fulton 
Wendy Furbeck 
Pamela Gainey 




Linda Gn 

Martin Gregorowicz 
Keith Griffin 
Reginald Grimes 
David Grooms 
Mark Hall 



Sandra Hall 
Blair Hamilton 
Wanda Hamm 
Sarah Hardy 
Terence Harding 
Valerie Hargrove 



Lisa Harley 
Vicki Harold 
Denise Harper 



Vincent Ha: 
Lawrence Hart 



Laura Hawk: 
Andrea Heath 
Robert Helms 
Danny Hend' 
Pruitc Hend 
Lisa Herring 



Range Herring 
Doretha Hester 
ICaren Hester 
Robbie Hicks 
Gelonne Hill 
Charlette Hill 



Robin Hill 
Shirlene Hi 
Annie Hobbs 
Pamela Hollis 
Dennis Hogan 
Reginald Holmes 



Shelia Hoi 
Johanne Holt 
Zantra Holton 
Ronald Hooker 
Deborah Home 
James Horton, J 



James Howard 
Raymon Howard 
Pamela H. 

Christopher Hudson 
Sharon Hubbard 
Janice Hunter 



Curtis Jack 
Marcel jack 
Shelia Jack 
Rebecca 
Reginald Jack 
Sheila Jack 




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Tamtnie Jones 
Wendy Jones 
Jacqueline Joplin 
Carleta Jordan 
Christopher Kelly 
Teresa Kemp 



Roscoe Killett 
Angela King 
Dale Knowles 
Benjamin Knox 
Rod Komlofskc 





Brenda McAllister 
Jaime McCailop 
Suzanne McCaulley 
Joe McCL.m 
Arlhea McClure 
Robin McLauchlin 



Sheila McCormick 
James McCrae 
Helen McCray 
William McCray 
Richard McCuller 
David McCuUough 



Garfield McDonald 
Mary McDougal 
Jacqueline McDowell 
Esmeralda McEachin 
Janice McEachin 
Reeina McFadden 



Wendy McGili 
William McKay 
Patricia McKee 
Tracey McKethan 
Thomas McKnight 
Georgia MclCoy 



Sharon McKoy 
Sherry McKoy 
Wanda McKoy 
Myra McUurin 
Walter McEaurin 
Cynthia McLean 



Josette McLean 
Lisa McLean 
Jennifer McLemore 
Gregory McMillan 
Tonya McMillian 
Eric McMurren 



Dennis McNair 
Dorothy McNair 
Fonda McNeill 
Pamela McNeill 
Richard McNeill 
Wanda McNeill 






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Vickie McPhail 
Jennifer McPhaul 
James McQueen 
Earl McRae 
Jeffrey McRae 
Billy Van Meter 



Clara Michalek 
Kathlean MiUiar 
Gregory Miles 
Sonja Miles 
Jiianita Miller 
Mime Miller 



Sandra Miller 
Amy Miller 
Barry Minor 
Kellie Mintler 
Alexis Mitchell 
Faye Mitchell 



Garry Mitchell 
Gwendolyn Mitchell 
Shilpa Modi 
Sandeep Modi 
Steve Mohar 
Debra Monk 



Clarissa Monley 
Janet Monroe 
Lisa Monroe 
Pamella Monroe 
Angela Moore 
Colie Moore, Jr. 



David Moore 
Dorothy Moore 
Estherine Moore 
Gwendolyn Moore 
Hebert Moore 
Julian Moore 



Jerome Morgan 
Juanita Morrisey 
Joyce Morrison 
Tracy Mosley 
Maryl Mounton 
Aida Moya 




Tan Phan 
Phillis Pitt 
Ruth Pittman 
Denise Pitts 
Stephanie Pugh 
Gwendolyn Purdie 




Joyce Munn 
Amanda Murchis 
Dennis Murphy 
Vivian Murphy 
Orolyn Myrick 
Donnie Nash 



Ronnie Nash 
Carl Nelson 
Gloria Nelson 
Sheryl Newkirk 
Gayle Newsome 
Willie Newsome 



Geoftrey Newton 
Nelson Nichols 
Angela Nixon 
Michael Nixon 
Cheryl Oates 
Bradley Obenour 



Patrick Olds 
Jacqueline Osorio 
Tina Owens 
John Pankey 
Gina Parker 
Henri Parker 



Reginald Parker 
Todd Parker 
Michael Parkin 
Ramon Parmley 
Joyce Parrish 
Susan Paschal 



MelanJe Patterson 
juanita Patterson 
Pamela Peace 
Edwina Peaden 
Stephanie Peediri 
Valarie Pender 



Stephanie Perry 
Lisa Pickett 
1 nis Pirado 
Angela Pittman 
Donna Pittman 
Margot Pittman 




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Robin Roberts 
Angela Robinson 
Brian Robinson 
Tyrone Robinson 
Willie Robinson 
Micuel Robles 



Michael Rodriguez 
Miguel Rodriguez 
Timothy Rogers 
Alice Rogerson 
Gregory Ross 
Alvin Rouse 



James Rust 
Regina Royal 
Stanley Royal 
Christopher Ryba 
Neil Salmon 
Charles Sanders 



Patricia Sanford 
Tyrone Satterthwai 
Margaret Schiefer 
Angela Scurlock 
Robm Seabury 
Frances Sella 



Ronald Shank 
Gloria Shannon 
Derrick Sharp 
Thomas Sharp 
Lorna Sharpe 
Shonda Shaw 



William Shaw 
Bobbie Shepard 
Renee Shields 
Teresa Shields 
Gloria Shipman 
Thadius Shoulan 



Cynthia Silver 
Brenda Sims 
Martha Sisk 
Alban Small 
Bettie Smith 
Claudette Smith 



Dale Smith 
JuJy Smith 
Kenneth Smith 
K-irby Smith 
Marv Smith 
Michael Smith 



Michael L. Smith 
Sandra Smith 
Teresa Smith 
Terry Smith 
Gwendolyn Sheed 
FredericLa Sowell 



Erick Spalt 
Renee Spaulding 
Janice Spears 
Tracy Spears 
Suzanne Spitzfaden 
Cynthia Staton 



Kathleen Staton 
Michael Staves 
Andrew Stiles 
Pamela Stith 
Al-ldajaj Sulaim; 
Sandra Sykes 



Bill Tackett 
Karen Talmadge 
Garda Tatum 
Belinda Taylor 
Garrett Taylor 
Jennifer Taylor 



Lynn Taylor 
Ricky Teachey 
Martha Tenhet 
Julian Thrash 
Angela Thomas 
Darleen Thomas 



Crystal Thomas 
Gary Thomas 
*"".eorge Thomas, Jr. 
ivlonna Thompson 
Lionel Thompson 
Richard Thompson 





Susan Thompson 

Twanda Thompson 

William Thompson 

Johnny Thornton 

Deborah Toby 

Mary Tomoney 



Mary Toon 
Regina Tootle 
Karen Torrey 
Tera Townsend 
Esperanza Traino 
Lisa Tucker 



Rachel Tucker 
Debbie Turnage 
Michael Valletta 
Robert Vann 
Jesus Velez-Lugo 
Valerie Vincent 



Donald Vinson 
Connie Walker 
Ed Walker 
Regina Walker 
Victoria Wall 
Brenda Walton 



James Waring 
Cheryl Washington 
Tony Washington 
Teresa Water 
Lisa Watkins 
Luther Watkins 



Phyllis Watson 
Stephen Watson 
Ramona Webb 
Terri Webb 
Sandra Wells 
Finley White 



Mario White 
Robert White 
Leonard Wiggins 
Benjamin Williams 
Lamar Wilson 
Patricia Wilson 



Franklin Willi; 
Mae Williams 
Margie Williar 
Nancy WiUian- 
Octavia Williai 
Sharon WiUian 



Sonya Williams 
Wendy William 
Lottie Windley 
Sharon Wood 
Peggy Wooten 
David Worley 



Kimhcrly Wright 
Phillip Wvatt 
Vickie Wynn 
Kenneth Zachary 
Christy Young 




Venevia Springs enjoy reading her mail as Gwendolyn Moore peaks on. Gwendolyn is very upset because she did not receive any 
mail. 



Student Government Association 




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Curtis Jefferson, Student Government 
Association President discusses the 
urgency of increasing political awareness 
throughout the campus with Darvin 
Greene 



Curtis Jefferson, SGA President 




(Top-left) James Bullard, Bryan Gooding, Student Government 
Association Vice President and Kevin Evans. 



Anthony Alexander, Sandra McNeil, Wanda McNeil and Bryan 
Gooding 




The month of April ?aw the cam- 
pus being filled with slogans and 
advertisement to publicize the can- 
didates running for Student Gov- 
ernment Association Office. Yes, it 
was election time again and stu- 
dents were exercising their consti- 
tutional right. 

THE RIGHT TO VOTE! 

(Top Right) Theresa Highsmith, candidate 
For Miss Fayetleviile State University, 
makes sure that Marly Ricks do not forget 
her name, by giving him a card with her 

(Bottom Left) Patrina Sawyer helps Beverly 
Williams, election board member, find hor 
name on the class roster so that she can use 
her right — to vote. 

(Bottom Right) Vanessa Brown, candidate 
for Student Government Association Presi- 
dent and her campaign manager Wesley 
Person seeks to persuade Darryl Shepard 
and Sheila Covington to cast their votes for 
her in the SGA elections. 




(Top-left) Jeanette Baker, a Student Government Assoc: 
atlon candidate for Vice President and James Solomon 
campaign manager for Brian Gooding talk while election 
are being held, 

(Middle-right) Doretha Washington and Alpheus AUe 
excerise their right to vote during the student governmer 



Brian Gooding Comments 



1 



Question: What aspect of your campaign was most responsible 
for your being elected? 

Comments: Bryan Gooding, SGA Vice President 

Many aspects of my campaign were influential in my get- 
ting elected. However, the most influential aspect was the 
effectiveness of the visibility and influence my campaign and I 
had on the students. The effectiveness was illuminated by my 
honors, scholastic achievements, and track record as a typical 
hard working student. 



These characteristics were developed through ex- 
perience with various organizations and activities. 
This valuable experience was gained as a result of 
my curiosity and desire to diversify myself as much 
as possible. Again, all praise must go to the cam- 
paign committee. 



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(Top-right) Anthony Alexander, Student Government Association 

Manager and Warren Poindexter, Campaign Manager 
(Bottom-right) Bryan Gooding and Anthony Alexander are enroute 
to the Student Government Association Office. 



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Student Government Association Staff 

L-R Byran Gooding, Student Government Association Vice President; Kathi Staton, Secretary. Curtis lefferson. Student Government Associate 
President; Rachel Asbery, Receptionist; James Bullard, Advisor to the President 




Rachel Asbery 



(Top-Right) Marcia Yarboro, campaigning for the 
position of Miss Fayetteville State University presents 
one of her cards to Iris Sledge and Jerry Monroe 
(Top-Left) Candidates and Campaign Managers for 
Student Government Association positions take a 
break: Vanessa Brown, candidate for SGA President; 
Wanda Smith, candidate for Miss Student Center; 
Marcia Yarboro, candidate for Miss FSU; Liston 
Mattias, Assistant Campaign Manager for SGA Vice 
President; Theresa Highsmith, candidate for Miss FSU 
and Cynthia Gilliam 

(Middle-Right) Brenda Smith, candidate for Miss 
Student Center solicites votes from Terrance Miller 
and Tracey White. 




Question: What aspect of your 

campaign was most responsible 

for your being elected? 

Comments: Marcia Yarboro, Miss 
FSU 

One of the main aspects of my 

campaign most responsible for 

my election was the fact that I 

had a variety of supportive 

individuals. They helped by 

informing the students about me 

in the residence halls, classrooms 

and cafeteria. 



The people I selected to 

work with me had 

beautiful personalities 

and outstanding 

communication skills. It 

was very fortunate for me 

to have dependable, 

trusting individuals 

working with me who 

were truly the key to my 

election. 



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(Top-Left) Curtis. Jefferson, candidate for Student 
Government Association President talk with Ce- 
lette Lusby tfie Elections Board Chairman. 
(Bottom-Left) Richard Bowden greets Anthony 
Alexander candidate for Student Government As- 
sociation Business Manager- 





Question: What aspect of 
your campaign was most re- 
sponsible for your being 
elected? 

Comment: Curtis Jefferson, 
Jr., SGA President 

I think that anytime a per- 
son runs for public office, 
communication skills has to 
be the number one asset. 
When one seeks election to an 
elected position it is very hard 
work and the task must be 
supported by quality indivi- 
duals. I was very fortunate to 
have a very outstanding, dedi- 
cated, and effective campaign 
committee. Exposure is the 
one element that you cannot 
over do. 



Capturing the attention of a wide 
range of students and holding it is an 
accomplishment within itself. I think 
that many aspects are involved in an 
effective campaign for it to be a viable 
one. Students must be cognizant of 
what you stand for. I anticipate a very 
good year for Student Government 
and my heart goes out to all the stu- 
dents that supported me. 



Miss Rudolph Jones Student Center 



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Veteran's Club 




The purpose of the Veteran's 
Club is to actively pronxote the 
spirit of fellowship among veteran 
students enrolled at Fayetteville 
State University. To coordinate ef- 
forts in learning programs pro- 
vided by the university authorities 
when difficulties are encountered 
by veteran students, and to further 
our purpose by socializing and 
making friends within the univer- 
sity family so that we may continue 
to maintain campus recognition. 




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Sociology Club 




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The Sociology Club is 
designed to bring students 
of Sociology together to 
discuss trends and ideas in 
the field of Sociology. Not 
only does the club serve as 
a way for students and fac- 
ulty to meet and exchange 
beliefs, it serves as a way 
for students to help stu- 
dents. For example Seniors, 
often help new students in 
sociology with their more 
difficult studies. 



Psychology Club 




L-R (1st row) 

Jesse Lott, Jimmy Marbury, Vice 
President; Ramon Figueroa, Pat 
Chavis, Teresa Lawrence, Kim- 
berly Jeffries, Scottie Van Hook, 
Parliamentarian; Garrett Taylor 
L-R (2nd row) 

John McLaughlin, Jackie Bacote, 
Judy Ikard, Secretary; Debra 
Watson, Treasurer; LaRonee 
Lewis, President & Miss Psy- 
chology Club; Dr. John Cham- 
bers 



The purpose of the psychology 
club is: 

(1) To facilitate academic and per- 
sonal development 

(2) To help students make career 
decisions in Psychology and re- 

ated fields. 

(3) To expose students to models of 
professional psychologists 



Collegiate Fellows 




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L-R (1 


t row) 










Debor 


hSrT>ith 


Sheila Kornegay, 


Reporter 


Sandra 


Wilsor 


. Deatr 


ce Patters 


on, P 


resident: 


Tracey 


McGu 


re, Miss 


Collegiate 


Fellovi 


; Gigi A 


tidrews. 


Treasu 


rer; LaBeatrice Hem 


by, Li 


ida Holde 


n 


L-R (2nd row) 










Micha 


1 Chase 


Tony Cr 


wford 


James Starling, 


Herma 


n Wilso 


n, Mr. C 


Dlleg.a 


e Fellow 


Mark 


Wellm 


an. Euge 


ne Johnson 


, Vice 


President 





Collegiate Fellows are a 
dedicated group of stu- 
dents who perform various 
functions at Fayettevilie 
State University. The 
qualifications necessary 
for membership are: 

(1) must have sophomore 
status or above 

(2) possess a 2.0 or better 
GPA (grade point aver- 
age) 

(3) must be personable, co- 
operative, and LOYAL 
to FSU! 

Special emphasis is 
placed on techniques and 
procedures to acquaint 
them with activities in- 
volving Freshmen Orienta- 
tion Week, assemblies, 
registration and other 
noteworthy programs. Col- 
legiate Fellows serve as "vi- 
tal" sources of contact 
throughout the academic 
year for freshmen and new 
students. Being a Colle- 
giate Fellow is both a privi- 
lege and responsibility. 
They truly exemplify a 
spirit of 'BRONCO" 
Helpfulness. 



Cooperative Education 



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L-R (1st row) 

Marvin Moore. Glenwood Cooper, 

Willie White — head, Derek Anderio 

L-R {2nd row) 

Shirley Brooks, Emma Smith, Jessie 

Purdie, Deatrice Patterson, Mrs. 

Barbara R, Jones, Coordinator of Co- 



operativ 



Edu 



Cooperative Education is an 
educational program that integrates 
on-campus classroom study with 
off-campus work experience. 
Students enrolled in the Cooperative 
Education Program alternate 
between periods of study at the 
University and periods of 
employment with business, 
government and non-profit 
organizations. Through the 
Cooperative Education Program 
students are placed in jobs which 
relate to their major area of study. 
The program is designed to assist 
students in developing self- 
confidence, maturity and in making 
the transition from campus life to 
the world of work. 



University Choir 




l5t row L-R 


Lawrence Roherson, Nancy McFadycn, 


Rodney Barnes, Michelle McLaurin, Terry 


Sandra Elliott, Jackie Harris, Julian 


Williams, Rochell Poage. Jewel Burt, 


Moore, Timothy Rogers, Raeford Melton, 


Cheryl Oaks, Cheryl Buller, Valerie 


Alvin Rouse, Michael Chase, Dr, Edward 


Bratts, Sherrill Williams, Bellina Johnson, 


J Fisher 


Dr Harriett Howard, Theordore Timbers, 


3rd row (L-R) 


Carolyn Anderson, Marian McLaurin, Dr 


Herman Wilson, Joe Bishop, John 


Janice James 


Hannah, Donald Hughlev, Cheryl McKoy, 


2nd row (L-R) 


Angela Robinson, David McCollough, 


Dr- Augustus Pearson, Jr , Claude Suggs, 


Cannady Craddick, Gary Hair, Rodney 


Dorothy Moore, Todd Parker, Arleen 


Tate, Alex Thomas, Donald White, Ada 


Crawford, Kryslal Pierce, Alicia Autrey, 


Steele, Madison McLean, Ed Melvin 



Gospel Choir 




L-R (lit row 










Layton Edwa 


rdsNathar 


lelP 


rks 


Raeford 


Welbert Hac 


ris, Tyrone 


Tayl 


or, Todd Par 


chael Chase 










L-R (2nd rov 


V) 








Tinal Ware, 


Valeria Bratts,K. 


mC 


urne, Jac 


ris, Mitzy P. 


rker, Rozie 


Rees 


e, L 


sa Edwa 


Riddick. Su 


■.an Barhe 


, Sa 


idra 


Elliott, 


Haynes 










L-R (3rd rou 


) 








Janet Moore 


Andre Ell 


ott, Thert 


sa Johns 


dre BeM, Ter 


ri Webb, P 


amela 


Liv 


ngston. 


McKoy, Reg 


na Royal, Kecia 


Wh 


te, Andr 



Wendy 



L-R (1st row) Raeford Melton, President, Wendy Haynes, Vice President, Layton Edward 
Director, Sandra Elliott, Chaplin, Wilbert Harris, Assistant Chaplin; Shirlene McKoy, Secri 
tary; Michael Chase, Business Manager; Janet Moore. Assistant Secretary, Todd Parke 
Assistant Business Manager, Susan Barber, Miss Fayetteville State University Gospel Choi 
Tyrone Taylor, Treasurer 



Dr. Augustus Pe 



Political Science Club 




Dr BC Patterson, Adv 



Fellowship Of Future Scientist 




The Fellowship of Future Scien- 
tists is a student organization re- 
presentative of all divisions of 
Physical and Life Sciences. Our pri- 
mary goals include assistance in 
the areas of scientific studies and 
productive research. All endeavors 
are collectively directed toward the 
advancement of mankind. 



Art Club 




Dr Harvey Jenkins, Adv 



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Pre-Medical Club 





L-R 

Richard Willis, Sudan Beak. Veronica 
Cohill, Imogene Ricks, David Hodges, 
Parlimentarian, Sandra Barnes, Presi- 
dent, Trenisha Moore, Secretary: Louise 
Driver, Aida Moya, Charles Richardson, 
Martin Gregorowicz, Pamela Livingston, 



The Pre-Medical Club is an orga- 
nization which provides charisma, 
guidance and a unique atmosphere 
of pride and togetherness for each 
student. It's an organization that 
creates a common bond of Brother- 
hood and Sisterhood that inspires 
individuals to compete for excel- 
lence. The young men and women 
that have agreed to serve in the ca- 
pacity as members of the Pre-Medi- 
cal Club have also agreed to serve 
the students in their individual 
roles of life as they go stepping into 
tomorrow's dreams of future 
professionals. 



Dr. Pinapaka Murthy, Adv 



Accounting Association 




L-R 1st row 

Shinese Galloway, Lisa Moses. Twindol James, Pamela Fultoi 

Noey Barrera, President; Rose Smith, Lisa Curry, Treasurer; 

Renee Clark. Willie Mae Moore 

L-R 2nd row 

Warren Poindexter, Parliamentarian; Ralph Blauser. Tommy 

McCutchen, Kevin Evans. Anthony Alexander, Vice Presiden 



Mr, Israel Rwejuna, Adv 



National Collegiate Association 
For Secretaries 




Carolyn Caple, a member of the 
National Collegiate Association for 
Secretaries dressed as an Easter Bunny 
last Easter and gave candy to children 
in the Pre-School Laboratory. 



Dr. Beulah Monroe, Adviser 
Dr. Jeanne Lewis, Adviser 



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Bronco Hostesses 




Chai 



an Clark, Dcatricf Pallcrsoi 
an. Pam Jones Tanya Wats 



The Bronco Hostesses are 
truly an asset to the university 
family, bronco guest, and 
friends. They direct and assist 
in providing information, 
services, seating and comfort. 
They maintain a desired order 
for our sports presentation. 



Mr J D Marsha 



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Baptist Student Union 




John Floyd, Vice President; Dr Robert 
Jjmes, Adviser, Rodnev Barnes, President; 
LaVerne Barnes, Adviser, Eleanor McKoy, 
Treasurer, Michael Chase, Business 



Hood Hall Association 




Ms Catherine Powell, Adv 



Vance Hall Association 




L-R Kevin Evans, Vice President; Steve An 
ernment Association Representative 



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, President; Warren Poindexter, Student Go 



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Steve Armstrong, President 



Mr. James Florence, Adv 



New Residence Officer 




Carolyn Turner, Sec 



Ms. Ora Lawrence, Assistant 
Ms. Beverly Jones, Assistant 



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HONOR SOCIETIES 




Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 




L-R (Ut row) 

Michael Mozingo, Presider 

Marable, Lisa Macilwinen, 

Peggy Stubbs, Secretary; ]i 

L-R (2nd row) 

Jeanne Broers, Vice Prcs.d. 

Skelton, Billie Norman 



t: Kathe 
Shelia F 



s Barnhart 
Judith 



The purpose of Omicron 
Beta Chapter of Kappa Delta 
Pi is to encourage high 
professional, intellectual, and 
personal standards; to 
recognize and applaud 
outstanding contributions to 
education; to plan relevant 
professional interaction with 
academic and social issues; to 
encourage communication; and 
to render service through 
achievement. 



Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 




Kt row 


L-R 










Curtis 


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Dn, Dr. E 


velvn 


Bur 


rows, 


Adviser 


lame 


Barnhart 


Vice 


Pres 


dent: 


Katheri 


ne M 


rable, Li 


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acilv 


^inen. 


Treasur 


er; Pe 


ggy Stubbs. 


Glenwood 


Cooper 












2nd roil 


L-R 










Richard 


Dutt 


inger, Mi 


chael 


Mo 


ingo. 


Corres 


^OI^di 


\g Secre 


larv 


LI 


anor 


McKov 


Gregory Jones 









Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
is a general scholarship honor soci- 
ety open to junior and senior men 
and women in all academic areas. It 
was founded at Tennessee A &; I 
State College in Nashville on No- 
vember 26, 1937. 

Since its inception in 1937, Al- 
pha Kappa Mu has grown in size, 
in scope, and in its influence upon 
the academic excellence of Ameri- 
can college and university students. 
Alpha Kappa Mu will seek and 
welcome the superior college stu- 
dent with a serious purpose in gen- 
eral fields on all campuses regard- 
less of his color, religion, national 
orgin. 



Dr. Robert Lemons, Adviser 



Phi Beta Lambda 



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Ut row L-R 2nd low L-R 

Pristilla Johnson, Concetta Burns, Angela Collins, Maxine McNeill, Carol Trisha Starling-Chain, Pamela Fullon, Vickie Fuller, Vivian Clark, 
Caple, Dorothy McNair. Alicia Meadows, Wanda Harlev. Dt Robert Wrisley Kim Currie, Patricia Cause, Renee Clark, Lisa Curry Delphinc 

Hudson 






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Angela Collms, Miss Phi Beta Lambda; Alicia Meadow, Treasurer; Concelta Burns, President; Trisha Starling-Chain, Secretary; Kim Currie, His 



Dr Robert Wrisley, Advi. 
Mrs Mary Wrisley, Advi. 



Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society 




asurer: The purpose of this honor soci- 
Hatten, ety shall be to confer distinction 
upon students for high achieve- 
ment in English language and lit- 
erature, to provide cultural stimula- 
tion on college campuses and to 
promote interest in literature and 
anguage in the community. 



The motto is Sincerity, Truth, De- 
sign 



Who's Who Among 

Students In America 

Universities & Colleges 








Anthony Alexander 

Member of: 

Student Government Association 

Accounting Association 

Society for Advancement of Managen 



Gigi Andrews 
Member of: 
Alpha Kappa Mu Hoi 
Kappa Delta Pi Mono 
National Dean's List 
Collegiate Fellows 



or Society 
Society 




Mary Bailey 
Member of: 
Alpha Kappa Mu Ho 



■ Society 



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Timothy Baker 

Member of: 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Accounting Association 

National Deans List 



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Noelia Barrera 
Member of: 
Accounting Associati 
Veteran Club 
Accounting Association 
Alpha Kappa M 



Jeanne Broers 

Member of: 

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 

Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society 




Society 



Accounting Associat 
Phi Beta Lambda He 
Alpha Kappa Mu H. 




Richard Diltlmgcr 

Member of: 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Veteran's Club 




Hugh Euell 




KarJa Freeman 

Member of; Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 

Concert Band 

Collegiate Fellows 




Curtis Jefferson, Jr. 
Member of: 

Student Government Association 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
Delta Mu Delta Honor Society 
Collegiate Fellows (honorary member) 




Eugene Johnson 
Member of: 

Alpha Kappa Mu Hono 
Phi Beta Lambda Hono. 
National Dean's List 
Collegiate Fellows 
Junior Class President 
Bronco Marching Band 



Society 
Society 




Palricij LeBeau 
Member of; 
National Dean's List 




Cassandra Moa 

Member of; 

Alpha Kappa Mu Ho 




Michael Mozingo 




Member of: 




University Choir 




Kappa Delta Pi Mono 


r Society 


Sigma Tau Delta Hon 


or Society 


Alpha Kappa Mu Ho 


r\or Society 




Barbara Shaw 
Member of: 
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
Accounting Association 



Cleo Saffoe 
Member of: 
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 



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Peggy Stubhs 

Member of: 

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

National Dean's List 



Wellington Sutton, Jr. 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society 
National Dean's List 




Marilyn Taylo 



Kappa Delta Pi Ho 
National Dean's Li 



Society 



Roscoe Williams 

Member of: 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

National Dean's List 




Kappa 
Delta Pi 

Induction 
Ceremony 

FACLLT\ STAFF INDUCTEES 

L-R Loretla J Atk.ns, Claudette 

Murphy- Tompkins, Virginia A 

b.\, Roosevelf L Holmes 



GRADUATE STUDENTS 
INDUCTEES 

L-R 1st row — Judith M. Williams. 

Billie P. Widman, Jean F. Brown, 

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Green, Kathy H. Johnson, Veronica 

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L-R Ist row — Debra L. Artiguez, 

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L-R 2nd row — Wanda Simmons, 

Cleo A, Saffoe, Fred C, Cook, 

Patricia A, Holton, W,P Sutton, Jr 




Thanksgiving Blessing 

Top right Ms Eleanor McKoy, Mr< 
Fred Cook, and Ms. Hermine Dunk 
Boltom righe: Mrs. Maxine McClain 
Rico, Roderick, Mekeisha, Carolyn and Sh, 

Lending a helping hand. This was the goal of 
the Rho Beta Chi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society at Fayetteville State University. 
They honored the tradition "it is more blessed to 
give than to receive." 

During the Thanksgiving holidays, the society 
and Fayetteville's Social Service Department co- 
sponsored a needy family in the Fayetteville area. 
The members of the society and the Social 
Service Department adopted the McClain Family 
and made their Thanksgiving Holidays more 
thankful by presenting them with a basket of 
thanksgiving trimmings. 

The society proved that education emcompasses 
more than academics. Lending a helping hand 
can be as rewarding as receiving an "A" on an 
examination. 



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Air Force ROTC 

Commissioning 

Ceremony 

Top left: 2nd Lt Orrin Loflin's parents. Mrs Willie E. Loftin 

and Dr Leonza Loftin pin the gold bars on the shoulders of 

their son. 

Middle left: Reviewing participants L-R Lt. Col. Joseph Sessui 

Capt. Richard Wyman, Capt. Marion Spurgeon, Cpt. Eugene 

Jones, 2nd Lt. Orrin Loftin and Cadet Lt. Col. Robert Morga) 

Bottom left Mrs. Willie Loftin. 2nd Lt. Orrin Loftin and Dr. 

Leonza Loftin express their happiness after the commissionin; 

ceremony and pose for a photograph. 

Middle right; 2nd Lt. Orrin Loftin display his Commissionin, 

Certificate after the Swearing-in Ceremony. 




Biology Class 




Top left: Dr. Harriett Howard lectures to her Biology cla 
the Lymphatic System Defense Mechanism. 







Ms. Norma McLauchlin s Per 
Commission lectured the cla 



I Management class listens attentively as Ms. Gloria Leach from the Equal Employment Opportunity 




Top left James Starling and Tony Crawford, 
fiomeboys from Florida, work together in the 
Computer Ro 

Bottom left; The students in Mr. Walter 
Johnsons Mathematic class work on an 



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''Witness For The Prosecution'' 




The Fayetteville State University's drama guild 
presented a three act play entitled "Witness for the 
Prosecution" written by Agatha Christie. Mr. Elliott 
Moffitt, Speech and Drama teacher directed this 
courtroom trial drama mystery. The cast names are 
written in order of appearance. Carter as Bryan Gooding; 
Greta as Cassandra Mora; Sir Wilfrid Robarts, Q.C. as 
Michael F. O'Donnell; Mr. John Mayhew as Owen 



Williams; Leonard Vole as Kenyatta Hassan Munir; 
Inspector Hearne as Gregory Moore; Detective as Terence 
Harding; Romaine as Linda J. Johnson; Miss Myers, Q.C. 
as Rose Danielle Toval; Justice Wainwright as R. 
Arlington Briggs, Jr.; Dr. Wyatt as Vince Morris; Janet 
Mackenzie as Debbie Boeder; The Other Woman as 
Cynthia Jones 



Professor Virginia Dix, Division of Physical and Life Sciences, familiarize her students with the basic facts and 
problems of life according to the study of Biology. The students learn to study life as a whole and accordingly by 
interpreting the scope of life as seen through the microbiology world. 





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Top left: L-R Felicia Robir 
Robinson and David Grah 
Student Center lounge area- 
Middle left Mubarak Al-Misnid. Onyeanuna Umerah am 
Joseph Katumba pose for the photographer during a brea 
between classes. 

Bottom left: Shirley Cooper was selected as a Who s Who 
Student in Universities and Colleges. She is a Weekend 
College student and works as a full time staffer. 
Middle left Faye Deberry and David Torrey were all 
smiles when the photographer snapped their picture. 



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The Career Planning and Placement 

Office under the direction of Mr. James 

Scurry sponsored Graduate School Day, 

December 10, 1984 in the Multi-Purpose 

Room of the Student Center. 

There were over 25 colleges and 
universities invited to the Graduate 
School Day program. The purpose of this 
program was to help students select a 
graduate school to attend after their 
under graduate studies were completed. 



Society For The Advancement Of Management 





L-R Curtis Jefferson, Kimberly Grisson, Vice President; Annette Smith, Vivian Clark, 
President; Anthony Alexander, Shanesse Galloway, Secretary 



Dr. Willie Bailey, Adv 



Lyceum Series 
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SEPTEMBER 18, 1984 

Hugh Petersen 

(Caribbean Band) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

2:15 P.M. 



NOVEMBER 13, 1984 

Mr Hy & Chris Thomas 

(Comedian and Impressionist) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

2 15 PM 



JANUARY 29, 1985 

Dr. Gerald Van Dyke And Associate 

(Lecturer-Demonstrator) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

2.15 PM, 



FEBRUARY 5, 1985 

Shaw Players & Company 

(Droma-Musicols) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

7:30 P M 



FEBRUARY 14, 1985 

Harlem Nocturne 

(Sing and Dance) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

7:30 PM, 



FEBRUARY 19, 1985 

ShOfOn li Kinrj 

(Foikiorisl-Hi.'.tOfian) 

Seabrook Auditorium 

2 16 PM 



FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT IRV VEAZIE, 486-1166 

Foyettovllle Slate Univefsity is a consliluent o( The Unlveisily o( North Cotolina 



Foreign Students Organization 




Intramural Football Champions 




rt, Myron Jones, Anthony 



The Wrecking Crew Team Members: 

L-R (Ist row) Donald Smith, Darrell Ste 

Mott 

L-R (2nd row) Clarence Hicks, Marvin Hardy, Randolph Robins. 

James BuUard, captain 



Fellowship Of Christian Students 




Kneeling — Elder Michael Christian 

1st row L-R — Mary Williams, Carolyn Turner, Cheryl Medley, Vivian Mitchener, Lisa Brown, Karon Sellers, Jackie Foye, Retha 

Peterson, Bernaidene Peterson, Angeline Patterson, Tamara Spellman 

Back Row L-R — Donald Smith, Anthony Hedgepeth, James McCreary, Matvm ^ttilc M.chjrl V\ ilium-., Mitchell Williams, Steve 

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Officers L-R — Mary Williams, Choir Directress; Rethea Peterson, Assistant Adviser; Bernaidene Peterson, President; Jackie Foy 
Assistant Secretary; Carolyn Turner, Miss Fellowship of Christain Students; Michael Christian, Vice President 
Mrs, Yuvonne Robinson, Adviser 



Pan-Hellenic Council 




L-R kneeling - Ruth Merritt, Jackie Autry 
L-R 1st row — Deatrice Patterson, Vanessa 

, Teresa Lawrence, Kevin Evans, 
Margaret Phillips, Darryl Shepard, Jeanette 



Shellarnetta Thames, 2nd Semester — President 



Irving Veazie, Advis 



Greek 

Fraternities & 

Sororities 




Omega Pm Phi Fraternity 




Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fratc 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 



DELTA SIGMA 

THETA 

SORORITY 




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Sharon Fov , Anntoinelte Wright, Theresa Highsmith, Carolyn Paige Mi- RoMa Fri 



ALPHA KAPPA 

ALPHA 

SORORITY 




L-R Concetta Burns, Kimberly Jeffries, LaRo 

McGuire, Deatrice Patterson 

2nd row L-R Grace Frye, Ruth Merritt 



Lewis, Eleanor McKoy, Alicia Meadows, Tracey 



Dr. Grace Black 
Dr. Marye Jeffrie 
Ms- Carrie Stoke 



Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 




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Top L-R 

Stevan Godette, Mike Willis, Chae Harris. Kevin Evans, Myr. 

Williams, Kevin Wardlaw, Darryl Shepard 



Bottom L-R 

Michael Randall, Darvin Greene, Jerry Mo 

Williams, Steve Gilliam 



Bullard, Ralph 




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Michael Randall, Chaplain, Chae Harris, Parliamentarian; James Bullard, Vic 
leus, Darvin Greene, Basileus; Steve Gilliam, Keeper of Finance; Myron Wil 
Keeper of Record and Seal 



Mr. Moses Walker, Adv 



Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity 




L-R Eric Majette, President 
Johnny Richards, Vice President 



Mr. C.C. Cottom, Adviser 



* ZETA PHI BETA 
SORORITY 




rbara Shaw, Basile 



Jeanette Baker, Ul Anti-Basilcu!. Overa McRae, 2nd Anti-Basileus 



Vivian Clark, Grammateus 




Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity 

Top Left L-R David Moody, President, Joseph McCalop, 

Parliamentarian: Michael Best, Treasurer; Jasper James, 

Secretary 

Middle Right: Overa McRae, Miss Phi Beta Sigma 



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Mr. James Florence, Adviser 



1st Row Gwen Cox, Sonja Smith, Tammy Jones, CameUia Sherard Deni- 
Hassell 



2nd Row Yolanda Johnson, Tonya Miller, Phyllis Pitt, Lisa Als 
Angela Nixon, Lasandra Shaw, Bobbie Shepard 



SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY 







Ms Evelyn Durham, Advisor 



Cocoa Phi Cocoa 
Social Fellowship 



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Luther Robinson, President 




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Mr. Jerry L. Williams, Adviser 



Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity 





L-R Reggie Wooten, Bo Townse 
Richard Henries, Cecil Wooten, 
Levonne Coe, Roderick Norris, 1 
Burge, Walter Troy 



L-R Cecil Wooten, President 
Roderick Norris, Secretary; 



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Mr Walter Johnson, Adv 






Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority 




Ms. Retha Lindsay, Adv 



Air Force 
ROTC 



Alpha Flight 

Brian Stotler, Cadet 2nd Lt. 



Bravo FUght 

Deborah Fails, Cadet 2nd 

Lt. 



Charlie Flight 

James Murray, Cadet 2nd 

Lt. 





Delta Flight 
Julian Thrash, Cadet 2nd 

Lt. 



Professional Officers Corp 

Roza Murchison, Cadet 

Col. 



Patrick Olds carry the United States Flag 

during the Convocation Ceremonies held in 

the Seabrook Auditorium. 



Cheerleaders 



top to bottom 
Row 1 
Cynthia Stat 
Brenda Dove 

Row 2 
Sheila Brook 
Jackie Billie 





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2-3 Year Olds 

Ms. Irene Kirk & Ms 

Sandra Green 



Pre-School Laboratory 



1^1 Row 

L-R Nikki Kirk, Stephen Morgan. Steven Hedgepeth. 

William Redmond, Rachella Saunders. 
2nd Row 
L-R Edward Cromatie, Kwanda Hommond. Victoria 

McNaire, Jason Jackson 
3 Row 
L-R Ms. Sandra Green, Teacher. Ricardo Malloy. 

Ivory Harris. Ashley Taylor. David Dantzler- 

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3 Year Olds 

Ms. Evelyn Reeves & 

Mr. Don Monroe 



Top Row 




L-R Lemar McNeill. Kechele G 


entry, Phillip Lewis 


Tanisha Reynolds. Shira 


McDonald, Renada 


Brinkley. Petina Cloud 




Middle Row 




L-R John Dantzler/Wolfe. Tim 


othy Norwood, De- 


trich Williams, Nile Johnsor 


, Marcus Shaw, Des 


Custard 




First Row 




L-R Jacqueline Ferguson, Pras< 


ana Kmg, Damana 


McMillan, April McEacher 


n, Tra chaun Wells 


Krystal Byrd 





3 & 4 Year Olds 

Ms. Sandra Franklin & 

Mrs. Andrea Hill 



1st Row 

L-R Lakeisha Chance, Marcus Smith, Robert Graham, 
Sabrina Ellington, Carl Griffin, Rico McDougald, 
Ligeia Chance, Steven King, Jerren Davis 

2nd Row 

L-R Ivan Brooks, Dennis Best, Marcy Williams, 
Draper Newbill, Greg Hines, Jasun Thompson, 
Jason Bookhart 

3rd Row 

L-R Morris Bishop, Valerie Douglas, Geralde Cope- 
land, Mark Thompson, Ishmail Middleton Ra- 
shema Freeman 

4th Row 

LR Robyn James, Tameka Kennedy, Romney Mar- 
tin, Michelle Taylor, Aaron Pierce 



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Mrs. Rosa D. Lyons 

& 
Ms. Joyce Baldwin 










Mr^ Irene Kirk & Mrs Sandra Gr. 



pose for a Halloween photograph 



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The four year olds in Ms. Sandra Franklin's class decorated Mr. Snowman during the Chancellor's Christmas Party. 



1-2 Year Olds, Ms. Linda Robinson, Teacher 



Lalova Bell 
John Brown 
Ricardo Ferrell 
Anthony Grant 



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Airelle Hall 
Ronald Michaex 
Kevin Pickett 
Heather Robinso 



Darryl Sawyer 
Daryl Webb 
Priamas Willia 
Corey Wilson 




1-2 Year Olds, Ms. Sandra Morrisey, Teachers 



Darcelle Bell 
Brandr-, Davis 
Anthon, McKii 
Andrea Malloy 




Sport! 



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BODIES FLYING — In the sea of 
humanity called football, bodies appear to 
be going in every direction. In this 
contest, the Broncos fell to the Quakers 
17-7 in Greensboro, North Carolina 




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Ken McRae (58) lead the Bk 
with o2 solo tackles, 47 assisted 
tackles and 17 Quarterback sicks 
for a total of 107 yards of oppo- 
nents quarterbacks. 



Dwayne Parker (34) is off to the 



, he alludes Gilford College pursurer. The Quake 



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Touch Down 








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An intergal part of the foot- 
ball program is the student 
assistants and trainers. The 
student assistants provide the 
coaching staff with informa- 
tion on key players, plays, 
and scouting information on 
opponent's players. The 
trainer is the team doctor. 

Top-William Thomas, train- 
er; bottom-Tyrone Kelley, 
student assistant and former 
CIAA offensive guard. 




This is the year coach Wil- 
liam Head has been working 
toward since he became the 
head football coach for Fay- 
etteville State University in 
1981. The coaching staff and 
the players expected the team 
to be competitive. The team 
looked more like the broncos 
of the 70's. Coach Head said, 
"this is our year; this is the 
one we have been waiting 
for." 

The broncos coaching staff 
(L-R) Leon Moore, offensive 
coordinator; William Spencer, 
linebacker coach; Robert Pul- 
liam, defensive coordinator; 
William Head, head coach; 
Marshall Blackshear, student 
assistant; Joseph Byrd, stu- 
dent assistant. 



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The offensive line provided blocking and holes that enabled the bronco runners to rush for 1612 yards against their opponents defense. Front row: L-R 
Terrence Norville, Chae Harris, Walter Wallace, Steve Armstrong, Melvin McNeill, and Charles Lovelace Second row: L-R David Pickens, Russell Amos, 
Corky Dismuke, Chal Smith, James Robert, III, and Richard McNeill 



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liont (L-R) Reggie Holmes, Wairen Turner, and Marty Ricks. Second Rov 
(L-R) Earnest Hawk, Angelo King, and Clint Caldwell. Marty Ricks lead th. 
defensive backs with four thefts. 



This years bronco football team was saddled with misfortune and a team with examples 
of how misleading statics can be. Early in the season the broncos lead the CIAA in total 
offense with a 310 yard per game average, second in the league in rushing offense with a 
246 yard per game tally 



Broncoettes Basketball Team 




rginia State Univ. 
N.C. Central Univ. 
Winston-Salem St. Un 
Elizabeth City State 
Frances Marion Tu. 
Livingstone College 
Johnson C. Smith U. 
Winston Salem St. U. 
Elon College 
Norfolk St. Univ. 
N.C. Central Univ. 
Livingstone College 
St. Augustine's College 
Shaw University 
ClAA Women's Tour. 



Fayetteville, NC 
Greenville, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
MD 
Richr 

Fayetteville, NC 
Durham, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Florence, SC 
Salisbury, NC 
Charlotte, NC 
Winston Salem, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Norfolk VA 
Fayetteville, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 
Raleigh, NC 
Fayetteville, NC 



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5:30 
5:30 



6:30 pm 
6:00 pm 







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at guard. ciation at forward. 




Top left: 

Li&a Green, forward guard f; 

drives toward the basket. 

Bottom right: 

Sandra McQueen, guard from Maxton, NC 

for two points. 




Middle right: Giving it her best. Joyce 
Vaughn, (4) All CIAA candidate and 
junior point guard attempts to prevent 
Virginia State University from making a 
basket against the Lady Broncos. 
Top right: Annetta Faulcon forward, co- 
captain and leading scorer for the 
Broncoettes. 
Bottom right: Earlene Hughey, Broncoettes 
trainer and manager, provides assistance 
to Coach Mary Lamb and statistical date 
to the Sports Information Director. 



Bronco Basketball Team 




1st row 


L-RE 


ic Broughton, Mike Allen 


Kirby Smith, Derrick Sheff 


eld. 


Fenner, Skipper 


Phillips, Willie Robinson 


Charl 


Vincent 


Harri 


s, and Travis Adams 






McDowell. Willi 


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Willie 


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Mr. Jake Ford, Head Co 


ach; Anthony Shepard, Rueben 


Robert Hendersc 


n. Assistant Coach 




Date 




Opponent 


Site 


Time 








Nov. 17 




Atlantic Christian 


Wilson, NC 


7:30 


pm 






Nov. 23-24 




Capital City Tip-Off 


Raleigh, NC 










Nov. 28 




Atlantic Christian 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Nov. 30/Dec. 1 


Bull City Tour. 


Durham, NC 










Dec. 6 




St. Pauls College 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Dec. 8 




Hampton Institute 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 12 




Shaw University 


Raleigh, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 14 




Bowie State College 


Bowie, MD 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. IS 




Virginia Union U. 


Richmond, Va 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 17 




Virginia State U. 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 19 




N.C. Central 


Durham, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 21 




Winston Salem State 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 23 




Elizabeth City 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 28 




Livingstone College 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Jan. 30 




Johnson C. Smith 


Charlotte, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 4 




Winston Salem State 


Winston Salem, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 7 




Norfolk State U. 


Norfolk, Va 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 9 




N.C. Central 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 11 




Livingstone C. 


Salisbury, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 14 




St. Augustine's C. 


Raleigh, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 16 




Shaw University 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 27/Ma 


r. 2 


CIAA TOURNEY 


Norfolk, Va. (Scope) 










Feb. 18 




St. Augustine's C. 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 






Feb. 23 




Johnson C. Smith 


Fayetteville, NC 


8:00 


pm 








Skipper Phillip, forward (45) shows off his jumping ability against Atlantic Chr: 
College as Derrick Sheffield, point guard (12) gets ready to step into the action. 



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Ronald Caulder, forwatd (33) pulls down a rebound in the 
Atlantic Christian College 





Big (6-10) Willie Robinson gets rebound for the Broncos. The Broncos dropped St. Pauls College, 84-73 in CIAA . 



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Ruehen Fenner, (44) 6'5" forward, from Trenton, New Jersey 
displays his shooting form with a behind the back dunk 
against Saint Augustine's College. 



Willie Stevenson, 6'3" swing guard from Belle Glade, Florida. 



Broncoetts In Action 




Front Row (L-R): Jeannine Jean-Pierre, Andre Best, Elba Baker, Michelle Cook 

Back Row (L-R) Sandra McQueen, Gwendolyn Cox, Coach Mary Lamb and Michael Pri 





No, Sandra McQueen isn't praying. This is part of the exciting action the Broncoettes displayed 
this season Standing by to take part in the action are Jeannine Jean-Pierre (22) Gwendolyn Cox 
(10) and Dee Jones (14). 



Ms, Mary Lamb, Coach 



FSU Marching Band Performs At Giants Stadium 



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Fayetteville State University's Marching Bron- 
cos were featured halftime performers at the New 
York Giants/Kansas City Chiefs football game. 
Over 76,000 spectators gave a rousing response to 
the bands electrifying halftime routine. At first, 
they thought their director. Dr. Victor Hebert, had 
gone soft in the head for practicing so long in the 



cold o weather. After the performance, you should 
have seen band members giving each other high 
fives for what they knew was an excellent perfor- 
mance. By the look on Dr. Hebert's face after the 
performance, his smile at last, and those high fives 
we knew ail the hard work was worth it. 




. you're on FSU's candid camera. FSU Ma 
a in East Rutherford, New Jersey. 



nbers take time to pose for the photographe 



Tennis Team 




L-R Dennis Williams, Alex Wade. Duane Clark, Barry Bullock 




arry Bullock, Co-Captain 



Dennis Williams, Capta 



Mr Robert Henderson, Coach 



Cross Country Track Team 




Mr. Jake Ford, Coach 




Parrish Mack 



Mr. William Spencer, Coach 



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Administrators 



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Dr Lolela Wood Fo5tcr, Associate Dean for Dr. Wilma Henry. Director of Counseling 

Special Programs & Student Life Center 



Dr. Robert James, Title 111 Coordinator 



Administrators 




Dr Marye Jeffries, Director of Weekend & Dr Denise Mahone, Direclor of Institutional Dr M.iium C,ll^^(:l|lo^, Dirmor of Early 

Evening College & Interim Director of Research & Planning (. hilJh.u.d Ltaming tenlcr 

Continuing Education Center 




Mr. Joseph Ross, Academic Media Ser 



Mr. James Scurry, Director of Ca 
Planning & Placement 



Mr. Jerome Scott, Associate Dean of Students 




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Administrators 




Ms, Beverly Warren, Director of Word Dr. Clarence White, Director of Student Mr. Charles Willis, Director of Computing 

Processing Center Teaching Center 




Irving (Irv) Veazie, Director of Student 
Activities/Student Center 



Dr. Robert James and Dr Denise Mahone wait for the Boaid of Trustee Meeting to begin in the 
Chancellor s Board Room. 



Mr 


Isiah Baker, LPN 


Mr 


Willie Baker 


Ms 


Wynie Besl 


Ms 


Dons Bowden 



Ms Jeanette Braggs 
Ms, Paula Brown 
Ms, Rosemary Byrd 



Ms, Patricia Carter 



Ms. Eloise Cave 



Ms Olivia Chavis 
Mr. Thomas Chisoln 
Ms. Pansy Clark 
Ms, Peggy Clark 



Ms Anita Cloud 
Mr James Colvin 
Ms, Shirley Cooper 
Mr C.C Cottom 





Ms Elsie Covington 
Ms Janel Davis 
Ms- Peggy Devane 
Mr, Willie Dingle 



Ms. Lillian Drake 
Ms. Hermine Dunk 
Ms. Mary Evans 
Ms Alfreda Estebon 



Mr. Lorenzo Fairley 
Ms- Judy Fish 



Ms. Alyce Forster, LPN 
Ms. Alma Fuller 



Mr. Alfred Gadson 
Ms. Rita Gillings 



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Mr, Hosea Given- 
Mr, Slcvan Codettf 
Mr Herbert Gray 
SSgt Stephen Hall 



Ms Lola Harris 
Ms, Palncia Heath 
Mr John Hendersoi 
Ms Patricia Hill 



Ms Oxyvenia Hughlcy 
Mr Andrew Johnson 



Ms Barbara Jor 
Ms, Fannetta Jo 



Ms Sharon Levesqu 
Mr Thurman Little 




Ms Olivia Chavis and Ms Glcnna Sexto 




Mr Don Lloyd 

Mr J C Lovet 

Mb. Patricia Marable 

Mr, Terrance Marable 



Ms. Gloria Mavfield 
Mi Maria McClam 
Ms Westra McGahee 
Ms. Chervl McGee 



Lacv McMill.an 
Lula McNe.l 
Deborah McPhe 
Kathy Melvin 



Mr Terry Merntt 
Mr. Don Monroe 
Ms. Valeria Pace 
Ms. Rose Perry 



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Ms Patricia Petty 
Ms Geraldine Prat 
Ms Patricia Pratt 
SSGT. Michele Ric 



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M^, Estella Riggins 

Ms Addie Robersoi 

Ms Patricia Robins 

Ms Yuvonne Robii 



Ms, Gloria Sawyer 
Ms. Marian Sharpie 
Ms Georgia Sibbie 
Ms Arlene Smith 



Ms. Carolyn Smith 
Ms Sandra Smith 



Ms Theola 5w 
Mr Willie Tho 



Ms Eetha Thompson. RN 
Ms Wilma Thorpe 




Ms. Marian Sharpie 



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Mr Wardell Townsend 
Ms Annie Tukes 
Ms. Lavern Walker 
Ms. Audrey Williams 




Mr. Willie Thomas works in the Business Office as the Purchasing Offic 







Dr. Grace Black, Head, Division of Business Dr. Ralph Burns, Acting Head, Division of 

&L Economics Education & Human Development 



HEADS 

OF 

ACADEMIC 

DIVISIONS 




Dr Evelyn Burrows, Acting Head, Division Dr. Rodney Burrows, Head, Division of 

of Humanities & Fine Arts Social & Behavioral Science 




Dr. Defield Holmes. Acting Head, Division Dr. Robert Lemons, Head, Division of 

of Physical & Life Sciences General Studies 




Dr. Coke Ademiluyi, Area of Dr. Mane Albert, DiviMon of Mr Thomas Bacole, Area of MuMi Dr Roy Barrett, Area of Cfiemistry 

Geography General Studies 




Dr Morris Blount, Area of 
Mathematics 



Mr James Bovte, Area of 
Mathematics 



Mr. Sherman Brooks, Area of 

Health. Physical Education & 

Recreation 



Dr John Chambers, Area of 
Psychology 





Dr Walter lohnMin, Are.) ot 
M.ilhc'malus 



Mis H.nb.n.i Innrs A 
Bus.nCKs Admmislr,! 




Dr Otieno Okelo, Area of Political Mr Isreal Rwejuna, Area of Mr Page Saunders. Area of Health, 

Science Business Administration Physical Education & Recreation 




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Dr. Roosevelt Simpkins Area of Capt Marion Spurgeon. Dr. Delores Stiff, Area of Health, M^. Carrie Stokes, Area of Busin. 

MusiL Department of Aerospace Studies Physical Education & Recreation Education & Office Administrati. 




Capt. Richard Wyman, Department 
of Aerospace Studies 




Paul Wikon, Development Director 



John Haynes, Program Dii 



WFSS Radio Station FM 89 



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Student Development 
Christmas Party 




Top left: Ms- Olivia Chavis greets Ms- Flor.i Anlhonv .1^ she enters the Multi- 
purpose Room for the Student Development Party 

Middle left: L-R Mrs- Eetha Thompson, Mr. Edwin Elliott, Mr- Jerome Scott and Ms 
Flora Anthony socialize during the party. 

Bottom left; Dr- James Carson, Mr. Frederick Young and Mr. Jerry Williams enjoy 
the delicious treats served during the party. 

Top right; Ms. Glenna Sexton serves refreshments during the party 
Middle right; Ms- Gretha Gibson, Mr. Harold Nixon, Dr. James Carson, Dr. Ralph 
Burns, Dr. Marye Jeffries and Mr Eric Moore entertain the audience with a 
Christmas carol. 



Fayettevillian Yearbook Staff 




Top left: Dorothy Horton, Design and Layout Editor 
Top bottom: James Bullard, Photographic Editor 



Top right: Dorothy Horton reviews pages for final 
corrections prior to approval of the Yearbook Ad- 
viser. 

Bottom middle: Michael Williams, photographer. 
Bottom left: Mitchell WilUams, yearbook staffer. 



Special Appreciation To: 

Vivian Clark for her assistance in providing copy 

information. 

Marion Crowe. Jr. for providing layouts and copy 

information for the sports section of the Yearbook. 

John Henderson for his photographic support to 

the Yearbook, 

Eugene Johnson for his assistance in typing and 

editing copy information. 

Yearbook Advisers 
Irving Veazie 
Yuvonne Robinson 
Rosemary Byrd 



''Commencement 1984 




1984 Graduating Seniors 
Nero Coleman and Cassandra Lowery display a look of happiness on graduation day. 




Commencement! The day of jubilation, happiness 
and the final phase of the educational process. 

There is the time that brings smiles. A rigorous 
but rewarding achievement has been accomplished. 
While some of the graduating class will matriculate 
to their fields of interest, others will seek to reach a 
higher plateau of knowledge. 

To all we say "good luck" and much success in 
your future endeavors. 

Top left: For John L Kottal, Nathan Bowen and Karen H. Shaw 

this was a memorable occasion. Their achievements placed them 

among the, highest, graduating honor students in the class of 

'84 

Bottom left; Kenneth Williams (background), John Coleman, 

Wayne Salter, James Jones, Eric Greene, Mary Marlow and 

Jennifer McNeill pose for the photographer before the 



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ALMA MATER 

''OLD WHITE AND BLUE'' 

Our Colors so true, Oh Hail, White 
and Blue 

To thee our voices ring, 
Tho' seasons may roll, and changes 
unfold 

Thy praise we'll ever sing 
All Honor and love and loyalty 
We pledge our hearts anew, 
Our Alma Mater, F.S.U. 

We hail thee. Old White and Blue! 
We cherish each hall, each time 
honored wall 

Each bending tree and bower, 
Tho' far we may roam. Thy spirit leads 
on 

To victory and power 
With courage and might and majesty 

March on old colors true. 
Our Alma Mater, F.S.U. 

We'll stand by Old White and Blue! 

— Mrs. Mary T. Eldridge — 



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